SHOT Show 2017: Boyds At-One Adjustable Modular Rifle Stocks

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posted on January 23, 2017
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Boyds, well known for it's high-quality conservative and colorful laminated hardwood stocks, is adding the new At-One adjustable modular stock system to its already extensive catalog in 2017. Available for almost every popular bolt-action rifle model, the At One is designed to provide a comfortable fit using a push-button adjustments. Shift the recoil pad from a 12.5" to 14" length-of-pull (LOP). Increase the height of the cheek rest by up to 9/16ths of an inch. The polymer plate attached to the lower section of the shoulder stock protects against all-too-common bumps and bruises to the stocks finish. Swap out the interchangeable grip and fore-end plate to get that just-right-fit for you. MSRP: $189. For more, visit boydsgunstocks.com

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