Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by jak67429, Nov 14, 2022.
What don't you like about the stock?
I tend to agree. I really like BOYDS price point but the full adjustable At-One has funky grips. Like why is this shaped like a brick and hard plastic when all the other stocks they make are formed and rounded nicely?
Massive improvement over the factory Tupperware, however. I appreciate their costs increased with Covid, but I’m thinking they have started pricing more towards what they CAN charge relative to the market tolerance, rather than what they need to charge to achieve a sustaining profit margin.
I know Shilen offers a prefit Sporter, and Heavy Sporter.
I have 2 Savage 223 rifles with Boyd's stocks. One is a Spikecamp Thumbhole and the other is an At-One Thumbhole. So I know what you mean by the Square edges. I have also fired a Regular At-One and no I did not like the grip.
That's a common complaint with those stocks.
They offer different "more curved" forends and cheek pieces on their website, don't know about the grips. I have the thumbhole model and never used the grips.
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