Boyds has recently released new hardwood gunstock options for the popular Remington 710 and 770 models. The Remington Model 770 and its predecessor, the Model 710, are affordable, high-performance bolt-action centerfire rifles that are a popular choice among hunters. Boyds now offers hardwood replacement gunstocks for the 710 and 770 models in their Classic, Featherweight Thumbhole, Heritage, Platinum, Prairie Hunter, Pro Varmint, and Varmint Thumbhole designs.
“At Boyds, we actively seek out input from the industry and our customers,” said Dustin Knutson, general manager at Boyds. “We’ve had a lot of stock requests for the Remington 710 and 770 models and we’re proud to add these to our lineup.”
Boyds uses Product Requests submitted through email as a guide to continuously add new makes and models to their product offerings. Boyds adds new parts to their product line daily based on the input they receive. With this focus, Boyds is able to provide the best selection of the most relevant gunstocks to their customers. The new Remington models are a prime example.
Boyds also offers countless custom options for their constantly growing line up of hardwood replacement gunstocks. These include laser engraving, custom grips, custom length of pull, custom recoil pads and custom tips. A new adjustable comb option is also now available for their Classic, Prairie Hunter, Platinum, Heritage, and Pro Varmint designs.
Boyds is the leading manufacturer of high-quality hardwood gunstocks in the world. An American, family-owned business located in Mitchell, S.D., Boyds builds well over 100,000 different makes and models of gunstocks.