Hi Short. . .
This is a stock that I make. It's ambidextrous and tracks well with a bipod/rear bag set up.
The wood is quite dense. It's a laminate made from trees that grew up next to the Chernobyl plant in Russia I think.
(The company that supplied the lumber is from the former soviet union)
It's so hard and saturated with resin that you really don't have to "finish" it. I sand to 600 grit and apply a couple coats of Johnson floor paste wax. Then buff it out like a car. Makes for a nice "working gun" because if you nick it up, just sand them out and put another coat of wax on it. Easy to keep looking sharp.