Boyd's At-One Gunstock
Courtesy Lock n Load Radio and YouTube

I’m on Bill Frady’s Lock n’ Load radio show every week to talk guns. Because why not? Besides, it’s fun.

Anyway, one of Bill’s sponsors is Boyd’s Gunstocks, makers of the excellent At-One adjustable gun stocks for dozens of rifles and shotguns. Bill’s giving away an At-One for the Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle and all you have to do is watch his video above and click on the YouTube name in the bottom right corner. Then follow the instructions below.

The At One Stock. It is both a crowning achievement and a bargain buy, based on bang for the buck. A total system that you can dial in quite easily for length of pull and rise, and add ons that can increase ergonomics. But the startling part is the price. They’re very affordable.

I hooked up with Boyd’s operations manager Dustin Knutson at the NRAAM in Indy to shoot a video talking about their new thumbhole version.

So here you are, the three iterations of the At-One stock, plus a bonus. I am giving away my Zombie Green At-One stock for the Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle.

Slap a like on the video and subscribe if you haven’t already and tell me in the comments why you would like to have it.

I will contact the winner on May 15 and get it going to you.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Thank God I am the epitome of average height, weight, length of pull, etc., so I don’t have to put anything that butt ugly on one of my rifles. Especially my Jim Brockman scout. Of course, I’m sure it’s a decent stock, but no thanks. Even for free.

    • I personally feel that everyone should own at least one gun that looks like it came out of a Far Cry game.

  2. A good friend of mine two varmint rifles set up with Boyd’s At-One stocks…loves them. besides being very functional, they are not to heavy, and are attractive..and they work well. A choice you can’t go wrong with.

  3. the gunsite scout has a nice (but non- adjustable) laminated stock. the flimsiness that is the hollow accubedded savage scout stock is in more need of replacement.

  4. Handle one before spending the money. I wish I had the opportunity…. OK for a bench gun but pure misery to handle or carry. A belt sander would be handy to take the sharp edges off the stock.

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