- Protects your gun stock
- Easy to put on and take off
- Will not slip, slide, or stretch out
- Holds extra rounds of ammo
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by EdLuva Good Purchase Beartooth's website was selling the same item for a few dollars more. Good quality and no fumbling around for rounds. I purchased this stock guard and was informed it was on back-order. BPS kept me informed as to when it would be available via email. I originally thought it might be 3 weeks before it shipped. However, I received and email about a week and a half later to say it was on it's way. When I received the item I was very happy with it. February 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4ufrmme Bullet Bra Good product. Must remove but-stock from rifle to install but great just the same. December 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by deerkiller96 good purchase the product was very well made however it was also extremely hard to install but once I was able to get it onto the stock it has proved to be very useful December 13, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by 64TRAPPER64 Rifle Beartooth Stockguard I love my Beartooth Stockguard for both looks and feel. I put mine on my new Savage 11 rifle with accustock. This being my first non wooden stock rifle I had trouble gettting used to the look and feel of the rear portion of the accustock. It seemed cheap and cold to me. I installed the Beartooth Stockguard and problem solved. I now love the look and feel of my Savage rifle and it will shoot better then anything I have ever owned. Thank you Beartooth. April 13, 2012
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A:No. You can do it yourself quite easily though.Iinstructions come with it explaining the proceedure to use . It would be nice if it was already done though.
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A:Sadly no, but all you need to do is put it on the stock, mark it with a marker where the hole needs to be and cut a hole with a knife or scissors. It only took me about 5 minutes
A:There are 2 types of rifle Stockguards. The one with ammunition loops would not work on a left handed gun as the bullets would be against your cheek unless they make a lefty which I did not see advertised. They make one called a smoothie with no ammunition loops and this would fit a left handed rifle.
A:Probably not a good idea. It holds the shells on the right side of the stock which would be where a left handed shooters face should be.
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