I've had some bits and pieces laying around so I decided to put them together. I started off with a fence post of an HS Precision tactical stock from a Remington PSS (I think) The palm swells on it were so big I doubt a grizzly bear could hold it comfortably. I have very thick hands and short thick fingers so my hands don't fit lots of things well. I got out the dremel and some sand paper and went to working on it till I felt I had a good fit. The plan was to have a concavity where my palm sets and to have my piny below the modified pistol grip with my other two fingers just molding into the stock and a comfortable rest for the trigger finger when it's not in use. See first attachment. Picture two is just a top view. Next is a picture of the whole rig. 300 Rum on a trued Remington Sendero Action so it's essentially just a Sendero II SF. Sitting on it is a Leupold VX7L LR 4.5-18x56 with the Boone and Crockett Reticle. I'm really impressed with the quality of the glass and the pop up turrets. You just twist the caps and they pop up and you have then essentially a target turret under neath. Oh it's got the EGW HD base, rings came with the scope and I'm not sure of the make but they are very well made. Last picture shows the texture I added. I hate a slippery stock so I used Brownell's spray grit which doesn't have much grit to it by the way, as an epoxy and then I just sprinkle some silicon dioxide tumbling media on it after applying the epoxy. This gives you a great trip texture under any conditions. I'm going to add a heavier recoil lug (still has factory on it) and install a Muzzle brake hopefully next week. I've got some surgery next week so I probably won't get to shoot it for a few months but the gunsmith should be done with it long before I'm ready so it'll give me something to look forward too when I get clearance to do so. I'll also probably go ahead and do the finish sanding, put another coat of the base coat on and then put the camo job on it before I go see the butcher next week. I've got another that will be leaving for Chris at Benchmark Barrels to work over and turn into a 26 Nosler so I Should have plenty to do this summer.