Boyd's Adds At-One Adjustable Gun Stock

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posted on April 24, 2017
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The new At-One adjustable rifle stock from Boyd's is a revolutionary new stock option that allows shooters to custom-tune rifle fits to meet different shooting situations or different rifle shooters.

"The At-One adjustable gunstock is one of the most exciting developments ever at Boyds," said Boyd's General Manager Dustin Knutson. "There has never been an adjustable stock of this quality anywhere near this price."

The adjustments allow end users to adjust the length of pull and comb height with an easy button push. The butt pad can be lengthened from 12.5 to 14 inches, and the comb can be raised or lowered more than half an inch, ensuring that the stock can be configured to fit any shooter.

Other features of the new Boyd's At-One stock includes a modular forearm and grip that are interchangeable with other options that allow shooters to customize their gun for different shooting disciplines. The butt stock also features a protective piece that protects the unit from damage. The protective unit can be switched out with a Picatinny-equipped accessory for monopods and other items. The stock also features a single-point-sling attachment that can be placed on either side of the stock.

The new stock is made from laminated hardwood and is sealed with a finish that resists chemicals and other environmental hazards. The stock has custom fits available from rifles of 27 different brands, totaling more than 200 different models, allowing rifle owners to custom-fit their rifles with ease. Stocks can be finished with 11 different colors.

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