Gunstock Handlebars.......or Not

Mar 16, 2015 | by User Not Found
In this series of “Take it Till You Break It”, Boyd's Team takes a
4-wheeler and its crash dummy driver for a little ride. This test
proved to be a little tough on the stock our crash dummy was using.
Don’t try this at home. This is just a demonstration of how tough Boyd's
laminate gunstocks are and what it will take to break it.



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  1. Missing user | Mar 25, 2015


    Randy did a video a few months ago explaining an easy way to find the length of pull for a rifle. Check out our YouTube page. There is a little icon in the upper right hand corner  of the website (it is right below the login button) that will take you directly to our videos.

    In many of our stocks we can add different pads. When you find the rifle stock you are looking for click the "custom options" button to see the available options for that stock.


  2. Todd McAdam | Mar 23, 2015

    I have a Ruger M77 Mark II in .243 I need a stock built for.  The gun is going to go to my 12 year old son.  He is very small in stature.  I am wondering what is the best way to calculate the proper length of pull for him.   Also do you guys do the limb saver pads on any of your stocks.  He only weighs 70 lbs so I would like to give him all the advantage I can.


    Todd McAdam

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