Originally Posted by BrentM
No sir it would not look that great. They make different colors of neoprene if you thought this is a way to go. On another note, you could find matching wood for a cheek piece and then tap your stock with a female insert. You would have to unscrew the piece for cleaning, but it would look good.
There you go........ I know it aint your thing because it's all function without trying to dress it up but the choate cheek riser saddles the stock and screws down over the original stock with a single screw (onto a choate stock) and it works slick. If you made one of wood to match your stock it would still be pretty.
While I understand stock design and the reasoning behind the angles, it drives me nuts almost every bolt gun off the shelf comes with a snap shooting free hand stock. I almost never shoot that way even hunting so it irritates me that every major manufacturer slaps a low comb or drop heal monty carlo on there guns or an angled but to send the muzzle skyward under recoil.
I need a parallel straight comb (for heal hight) +riser for scope use, a vertical grip and a 90 degree but plate preferably with a for-grip parallel to the bore and damn near nobody equips rifles that way factory so every gun I buy needs a new stock right off the bat.