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    Not a big fan of the "colored" laminate stocks, but that one's purty! Natural colors are good.
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    CJ5 - agree completely. Some of Boyd?s colored laminates are over-the-top, Zombie Hunter in particular. I really like their Coyote and Salt & Pepper laminates, though.
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    Very nice looking stock. I need some wood for a few other rifles I managed to acquire so I’ll be looking a lot closer at Boyd’s now.
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    Wow.
    I've got a other couple other guns in Boyds salt/pepper, but I now need something for a 336.
    That is a super nice gun with your color choice.

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    I think a Boyds walnut stock on a 336w would be an upgrade with the money.
    Before Boyds one used to be able to get a walnut stock with quite a few upgrades.
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    I like it !!!!

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    Very nice! I've been planning to buy a Boyd's stock for one of my 35 rems. It was a pawn shop find. Pretty rough with black plastic stock. Shoots great, but deserves a nice stock. I purchased a ruger american ranch in 450 bushmaster earlier this year and replaced the plastic stock with a Boyd's pepper laminate. It's now one of my favorite guns. Took a buck with it last month.
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    Looks good.
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    Very nice ,looks like a million$$

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    I'd love to hear from others regarding their methods for fitting Boyd's hand stocks to their 336s.

    A few months after posting these pics, I moved the stock set to a 30AW, replacing the plain-Jane beech / birchwood furniture that came with that Wally World 336. Unfortunately, the 30AW is no longer as accurate as it was with its original wood. I believe it's because the hand guard fits too tightly against the barrel.

    I was thinking about wrapping a wooden dowel or socket in sandpaper to slowly open the barrel channel but am open to other ideas.
    Last edited by oldfatbubba; 12-30-2019 at 10:25 PM.
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    Bubba
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    1974 336A - 35 Rem
    1966 Glenfield 30 - 30/30
    2014 X7 - 243 Win
    2009 925M - 22WMR
    2008 XL7 - 30-06 Springfield



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