Boyds Introduces Savage A17 Hardwood Replacement Stock Options

Boyds Introduces Savage A17 Hardwood Replacement Stock Options
Boyds Introduces Savage A17 Hardwood Replacement Stock Options
Boyds Hardwood Gunstocks
Boyds Hardwood Gunstocks

Mitchell, SD -(AmmoLand.com)- Boyds has recently introduced Savage A17 replacement gunstocks in their Classic, Featherweight Thumbhole, Heritage, Platinum, Prairie Hunter, Pro Varmint, and Varmint Thumbhole designs.

The new rifle from Savage is the first high-performance semi-automatic rimfire specifically designed for the .17 HMR cartridge. To see all the available stocks and options from Boyds for the A17 and entire line and to order your replacement stock today, visit www.boydsgunstocks.com/a17.

“Our friends at Savage hit a homerun with the A17,” said Dustin Knutson, General Manager at Boyds, “We’re excited to introduce new products for this innovative new rifle.”

The new Savage A17 features a delayed blowback action, hard chromed bolt with dual controlled round feed, case hardened receiver, and a button-rifled barrel. Savage is well known for making high-quality, affordable rifles. The Savage A17 is no exception.

Boyds offers a wide variety of options for their Savage A17 stocks. These include new custom wood options, custom length of pull, and an adjustable comb. Boyds has recently released 8 new laminate wood color options including Sage, Prairie Wind, Ripple Timber, Ripple Forest Camo, Ripple Blaze, Ripple Royal Jacaranda, Ripple Sky and Ripple Zombie. Boyds has recently released several new laser panel options also, including scale and basketweave textures.

Boyds has never and will never sacrifice functionality to keep up with what is trending. Instead, Boyds actively seeks out input from the industry and their customers and provides highly functional gunstock options to meet those needs. The Boyds Savage A17 replacement stocks are a prime example.

Boyds utilizes the Product Request Form on their website as a guide for constantly adding new products to their product line. Boyds dedication to providing their customers with the most relevant gunstocks to meet the evolving needs of the marketplace has earned them the reputation as the authority for replacement gunstocks.

Boyds is the leading manufacturer of high-quality hardwood gunstocks in the world. An American, family-owned business located in Mitchell, S.D., Boyds builds well over 100,000 different makes and models of gunstocks.

All of Boyds hardwood gunstocks can be found and ordered at www.boydsgunstocks.com/a17.

About Boyds Hardwood Gunstocks:

Boyds is the leading manufacturer of high-quality hardwood gunstocks in the world. An American, family-owned business located in Mitchell, S.D., Boyds builds well over 100,000 different makes and models of gunstocks priced under $100.

All of Boyds hardwood gunstocks can be found and ordered at www.boydsgunstocks.com.

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My 2018 Boyd’s stock looks beautiful but is a poor fit for the A17. I dremmeled it to sit correctly and still had trouble with the magazine fitting easily. Granted the A17 is an inexpensive rifle and the Boyd stock, in forest camo, cost nearly as much, I’m tired of fooling around trying to get the mags to seat and release without difficulty and causing too many failures to feed. I could keep trying to get it to fit properly but it really isn’t worth the time and trouble. Stick with the Savage stock and you’ll have less headache and… Read more »

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david

Waited a month on my stock for my a17 from Boyd’s if you put the forearm screw in the clip won’t fit returned good looking stocks there machines is poor

Paul Zamora
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Paul Zamora

im looking for a regular laminate rifle stock mine split down the center

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Jeremy

bought this exact stock for my new savage A17… right out of the box the stock did not fit well with the action and barrel. magazine would no clip in securely without excessive force. good luck getting the mag out at that point. once i file,sanded and modified enough to get the mag to fit properly, now the action will not pick up the next round.. sending my stock back. not really impressed with the manufacturing of these stocks. the look good, but is made using inexpensive hardware and CNC like machining.

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I ordered a savage A17, my local FFL ordered 2. We had to send both back. There were too different cut stocks? One with a wide gap, 1” or so, that the trigger group slid into, that you can see from the magwell. and one that was 5/8”, but they had cut and patched a piece of laminate back in? When they had cut it to patch it back, the stock had actually cracked from the magwell back to the trigger group on the outside. The stock with the wide gap also was very tight at the end of the… Read more »

RICK
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RICK

WHAT COLOR DO YOU CALL THIS STOCK ON THIS WEB PAGE ?

Jack
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Jack

There is a key on your keyboard to turn off all caps.