A couple of years ago I re-barreled and stocked several (Rem 700) rifles using thumb hole stocks. I purchased these stocks from either Stocky or Boyd's. They are considered either varmint or target stocks and have a 2" wide forearm. Since I can do my own work, I bought the cheaper $ 92.00 laminates and am very happy with them after they are glass bedded. These were short action BDL Stocks. I have decided to start using the 700 Rem ADL rifles since I do mostly varmint and target shooting. I just bought a 700 ADL in a 308 varmint. I ordered and recieved a Ross feather weight thumb hole that is supposed to have enough forearm for a varmint barrel. It does but barely. Is there another manufacture out there that can supply a heavy thumb hole stock for a Rem 700 Varmint (wide forearm) cheap?