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Links to Technical Pages
Main Support Page - a 'must read' before purchasing any aftermarket gunstock! Includes the first 3 things you have to know before choosing the correct stock for your particular rifle plus extensive information about various manufacturing idiosyncrasies and conversions between models. Includes photos, dimensions, availability and specifics on most popular firearms.
NEW! Improving Your Factory Rifle - "Only accurate rifles are interesting." - Col. Townsend Whelen
NEW! Mating Scopes To Stocks & Barrels - discussion of the basic concerns about choosing and mounting the perfect scope to your newly stocked rifle. What to look for in a scope, choosing high-powered optics for extreme range hunting versus target shooting, etc..
UPDATED! Build A Custom Ruger 10/22 - upgrade your old 10/22 into a strikingly attractive MOA tackdriver with any of our new stocks and barrels using these simple instructions in under an hour.
Informational Video Center - Stocky's been busy producing videos about some of the more popular stocks and accessories.
NEW! What's All The Fuss Over Aluminum Bedding? -Why aluminum bedded stocks are so advantageous over plain wood and plastic.
NEW! Building A Custom Rifle - Must-read when one wants to do it right the first time. Tips and tricks for getting that desired cartridge into a rifle chambered for something else.
Choosing Your Stock - comprehensive discussion about manufacturing techniques, laminates versus composites, and selecting the correct stock for your rifle and its intended use. Also contains valuable suggestions about planning the handles on your entire gun collection.
Stock Installation Instructions - step-by-step details with photos installing a new aluminum bedded tactical stock on a Remington 700.
NEW! Free Floating Barrels: Panacea or Pain? - Is free floating really the best plan? What to expect from a free-floating barrel / stock and how it all relates to your particular rifle.
Accurizing Overview - Stocky discusses the right way to accurize your new riflestock complete with downloadable .pdf instructional manuals and common aftermarket adjustments that may be required for the best fit.
Fiberglass Epoxy and Pillar Bedding Instructions - Step by step accurizing including epoxy and pillar bedding techniques with recommendations.
Barrel Contours - common barrel contours and links to custom barrel contours. Handy reference to have available when perusing the site or contacting us to discuss the applicability of your anticipated stock purchase.
Cross References - manufacturers often make firearms under several private labels. Here's hundreds of handy cross-references to guide you.
Stock Finishing - steps involved to get a perfect finish on an unfinished stock.
Schematics - exploded diagrams of most popular models.
Making the Shot - success is putting things together correctly, using what you have wisely and planning well ahead of the shot: confidence building techniques, pre-season preparation, rifle cleaning, barrel breaking-in, ballistics calculator, long range sighting, understanding the concept of point blank range, proper use of laser rangefinders and more. Includes the famous 3-shot sight-in technique.
Tapco Instructions - what's involved installing this product on your rifle.
H-S Precision Options - making sense of this company's extensive product line.
Customer Pic's & Comments - don't take our word for it, here's what your friends and neighbors are doing and saying.
Winchester Model 70 - 2 Pc Floorplate into a Bell & Carlson 7775 (1 pc inlet) - use these instructions for putting your older Winchester 70 into the new state of the art stocks without buying parts!
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