South Dakota-based manufacturer Boyds Gunstocks had added two shotgun models to its At-One line of fully-adjustable gunstocks. The At-One adjustable gunstock was first introduced for long guns in 2017 and quickly became very popular. Just one year later, the At-One will be available in April for the Remington 870 and the Mossberg 500 shotguns, in an array of eleven popular hardwood laminate colors for around $200.
Boyds said, “The At-One is a fully adjustable gunstock that is designed to fit anyone.” The length of pull is fully adjustable by extending the recoil pad outward or inward; from 12½-inches to 14-inches. The cheek rest will adjust both up and down via button press, up to 9/16-inch.
Bring-It push-button technology allows for adjustments to be made in the field without tools or hardware. Grips and forearms are modular and come in multiple colors and two shapes: traditional, and the more robust target-style.
The At-One adjustable gunstock is constructed of laminated hardwood that is dried to specifically to ensure rigidity and stability—then sealed for a finish that bonds to the stock. Additionally, it’s chemical-resistant for durability in all weather conditions.
Boyds offers gunstock personalization options—you can pick the shape, the color, and other features from the company. They design gunstocks that should not only fit your gun better, but also fit you better to help improve your shooting.