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I'm thinking about putting a Boyd's stock and forend on a Remington 1100. I see they have one with an adjustable comb and butt pad. I love the way they look, but I'm concerned about the fit. Do the adjustable ones work well? Anyone here using one?
 

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I have one on my 20 ga. slug gun and I love it. Fits great and the adjustable comb and butt work great when you add a heavy coat or whatever.
 

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I'm thinking about putting a Boyd's stock and forend on a Remington 1100. I see they have one with an adjustable comb and butt pad. I love the way they look, but I'm concerned about the fit. Do the adjustable ones work well? Anyone here using one?
Let's see a Photo of the stock for sale.
 

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The glue in the laminated stock is stronger then wood . I like the looks of it as well and yes , adjustable can be made to fit perfect !! :) :)
 

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I have a couple laminated Boyds Stocks on rifles. They are a bit heavy but rock solid.
 

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There are a couple really nice ones in the 'Rapid Fire' (clearance) section on the site right now; I've been looking for a stock for my Savage Axis on there.
 

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Don't buy the AT-1 stock! I like boyds stocks because they are solid, inexpensive, and look great. But I bought the at-1 with the adjustable comb for 870 and I was nothing but disappointed. The adjustable comb only can be adjusted up and down and is not solid, and the adjustable but pad is only solid if your LOP is about 12.5". Not to mention it was the most difficult and frustrating stock I have ever installed, the whole stock came loose from the gun 3-4 times (and I only shot maybe 8 rounds with it). If you like the boyds look(which I definitely do), buy a stock with out any adjustable parts and have an adjustable comb and butt pad put on by a professional gun smith. It will cost more but you will be much more pleased.
 
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