Messages
5,485
Reactions
14,217
I have restocked several Savages in Boyd's stocks. I really like them. I have never used a Hogue.

You would need to pillar and/or glass bed the Boyds on your own. It isn't hard. I have not needed to do any real additional fitting with mine which had been Axis, Axis II, 16, and 110 models.
 
Messages
10
Reactions
7
I thought the forestock on the Hogue pillar bedded stock was a little too flexible for my taste, although it was stiffer than the cheap factory Savage stock.
 
Messages
8,279
Reactions
12,064
I have done two rifles with Boyds stocks and been very happy. I have a third planned which is a Savage 111 Trophy Hunter being changed into a Magnum barreled .35 Whelen Elk rifle.
 
Messages
34
Reactions
45
Thanx for the input folks! Have heard horror stories from both Boyd's and Hogue. Love em or hate em. Will probably try Boyd's for the 110 and, depending on results, maybe try Hogue for a Rem 721 project.
 

Upcoming Events

Rickreall Winter Gun Show December 10th & 11th
Rickreall, OR
Wes Knodel Gun Shows
Chehalis, WA

Latest Resource Reviews

New Classified Ads

Back Top