Women are participating in shooting and hunting sports more than ever before. Female shooters have uniquely different needs than the traditional male shooter. This section is dedicated to female shooters and discusses gun safety storage, tips on long-range shooting, ergonomically designed gunstocks, accessory highlights for female shooters, and more.
Length Of Pull Options | Growing up learning on your dad or mom's rifle you may have experienced issues properly placing your cheek on the comb, seeing through the scope while maintaining cheek weld, or any of the other numerous issues with an ill fitted firearm. Customize your rifle to fit your body using our length of pull adjustments. Check out how to measure your length of pull at home: "How to Size Your Firearm to Fit Your Body: Measuring Length of Pull".
Learn from the best, Randy Boyd shows how to measure length of pull so that you can order a custom stock designed just for you. A properly sized firearm is key to an optimal shooting experience. Boyds offers length of pull options from 12 3/4" - 14 3/4".
Spike Camp the ambidextrous, essentials-only gunstock that weighs merely 2.5 LBS. Stripped down to the essential basics for a lightweight, affordable option but a highly functional premium hardwood gunstock ideal for both experienced and first-time female shooters. Spike Camp is a great choice for lady shooters as it's comfortable lightweight design is perfect for hitting the range or packing in for a backwoods hunt. The Spike Camp is available in most makes and models, and in a multitude of colors to compliment your gun, add uniqueness with laser engraving patterns and initials.
Boyds popular design the At-One Thumbhole is another great option for the female shooter, ambidextrous with length of pull and comb height adjustments. Get the perfect fit in all environments for all sizes. Available in most makes and models, and in a multitude of colors to compliment your gun, add uniqueness with laser engraving patterns and initials; don't forget to check out the original At-One also!
Our all new At-One shotgun stocks improve comfort and accuracy for all shooters. Whether you are breaking clays at the range or putting the bead on a long beard, the At-One's one button adjustable comb and butt pad will keep you aligned for the prefect shot.
Our new At-One adjustable stock offers a custom fit for everyone.
- American Made
- One button comb and butt pad adjustment
- Top-grade hardwoods and laminates
- Interchangeable grip and forend
Pink Camo Target At-One Grip Set
Candy Pink Traditional Forend Grip
At-One & Spike Camp Kick-Eez 1" Pad
Boyds Featherweight Thumbhole, our lightest design yet at 2.3 LBS, with a traditionalist look. The Featherweight Thumbhole is an ideal choice for shooters with hiking in mind. Available in both left and right hand configurations.
Even a kid can do it themselves, see how easy it is to affordably upgrade your favorite rifle and improve accuracy with your favorite Boyds gunstock.
See just how easy it is to improve the looks and accuracy of your favorite .17 with a new Boyd's stock!
Sometimes the terrain isn't friendly and tight spots are precarious, Boyds Accessories are here to help. Make your stock unique and one-of-a-kind by adding custom laser engraving. Shopping for someone can be stressful, make life easy with a Boyds Gift card.
Laser Engraved Initials
Boyds Gift Cards
Beginner Shooter's & Hunter's Guides | New to the sport? Make sure to check out The Ultimate Beginner's Handbook, How to Get Better at Target Shooting, and clothing tips for hunters. Even seasoned shooters and hunters can use guides as a great refresher course, check out How to Get a Hunting License and Permit, Hunter Safety Courses by State, Tips for Taking Kids Hunting, and How to avoid Hunting Disasters.
In this episode of Beyond Stock, Dusty chats with Kim, a newbie female shooter, about key points that are sure to help beginning trap shooters.
Get tips and advice straight from other experienced female shooters on our Blog page!
Storing guns safely is one of the most crucial responsibilities of all gun owners. In the U.S., owning a gun safe was not mandatory until 2005 when the Federal Government made it illegal for all licensed gun dealers, manufacturers or importers to transfer or sell a gun unless the buyer has or purchases a secure locking device. This law was meant to guarantee that all new gun owners buy a gun safe, and it was one of the first major steps the federal government took towards mitigating the risk of unsecured firearms.
However, out of the fifty American states, only eleven have laws concerning gun locking devices. Most states have stricter rules regarding swimming pool fences than firearm safes. Out of the eleven states with gun safe storage laws, only Massachusetts requires all guns to be locked in a safe. New York, California, and Connecticut only require guns to be stored in a safe under certain circumstances.
The other eight states, including Rhode Island, Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland, and Illinois, only have laws concerning handguns. Texas has a law that penalizes any parent who makes his or her firearm accessible. Therefore, to avoid being penalized, it's advisable to purchase a safe for your firearm. So, here are five different types of gun safes for you to choose from:
A biometric safe is one of the world's most secured gun locking devices. Unlike the traditional safes which used combinations or passcodes, you can only open biometric safes with your fingerprint. This high-quality gun vault only opens when an authorized user places his or her finger on the scanner.
Popular biometric gun safes: Barska bio-safe, Viking security safe, and Vaultex VT20I pistol safe.
Most firearm safes are made from steel, which is relatively fireproof. Steel can only melt when the temperature exceeds 2,750 degrees Fahrenheit. It cannot melt in case of a normal house fire. However, what you should be worried about is the heat penetrating inside and damaging your expensive guns. Therefore, look for a safe that is both water and fireproof.
Popular fireproof gun safes: Gunvault MV500 Microvault safe and SentrySafe Pistol safe.
In-wall gun safes are usually installed inside the wall. Therefore, stealing in-wall safes can be quite tricky. These safes are available in different sizes, and they can protect a wide range of valuables and important documents.
Popular In-wall gun safes: Protex PWS-1814E wall safe and Barska AX12038 wall safe.
Hidden gun safes are safes that allow you to hide your firearms in plain sight. Normally, hidden safes mimic other objects in the house, such as shelves, mirrors, and picture frames. In fact, people can walk in your home without noticing them.
Common hidden safes: Stealth Defense Vault DV652 and V-line Hide-Away keyless security systems.
Even though car safes are not as secured as in-wall safes, putting your gun in a car safe is safer than in your glove box. Car safes have a reliable steel cable that you can use to attach to a part of your car. Most Car safes are small in size and are meant to hide only one handgun.
Gun storage laws promote responsible firearm owning practices. These laws require every gun owner to keep his or her weapon locked and unloaded when unattended. Safe storage laws can help prevent unauthorized gun users from accessing these weapons. These laws can reduce tragedies due to gun theft, unintentional discharges, and suicide. In the U.S. alone, this law can help reduce the number of firearms stolen every year from the current average of about 380,000 guns. So, to be on the safe side, make sure you always keep your guns locked.
Our fellow shooting sports enthusiasts over at NRA Women featured Boyds Hardwood Gunstocks in their latest article. They cover stock options, cost, and how to order. Check it out, Click Here!