Link is to the Prairie Hunter design; you can choose whatever you want, and is provided just as an example. For $99 + shipping, or a bit more with a different recoil pad, I suspect you will be better off with regard to quality, fit and cost.
Thanks. What I have done in the past is saw off a few inches and then epoxy a piece of wood inside the stock and then screw the buttpad in. I am not a professional and it never ends up looking perfect.
I was going to buy a Boyd's but it looks like they only make stocks for the long action.