Beartooth™ StockGuard

   

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Holds 6 cartridges

Rifle

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Black

Holds 6 cartridges

Rifle

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Mossy Oak Break-Up
  • Protects your gun stock
  • Easy to put on and take off
  • Will not slip, slide, or stretch out
  • Holds extra rounds of ammo
The Beartooth StockGuard is a comfortable, protective boot for your stock. This stock guard is easy to take on and off, but will not slip, slide, or stretch out. In addition to keeping your stock protected, the Beartooth StockGuard is a handy ammo holder! Holds 6 cartridges close at hand. One size fits most. Made in USA.  
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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 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 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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will it fit a savage 17

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It should hold 17 guage just fine.
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•The neoprene can stretch to install and fits well on most stocks.

Sizing: 9” long, 10” circumference at butt, and 3.75” towards the fore end.

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Yes it shoul fit just fine.
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Yes .Actually I installed mine on a Savage accustock and I put a piece of foam under it ti create a cheek piece.
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 - Nova Scotia, Canada
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No visible cutout but can be easily added with quick use of knife or razor blade.
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no
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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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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
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No

I used a pair a scissors and cut a small slit for the swivel to pop through. After 3 years on my Benelli Nova, It has not ripped open any more.
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I don't think it's really designed for lefties but if the stock is plain in design you can slide the stockguard around to have the cartridge loops on the left side and make it work that way. it might be a bit awkward and "beartooth" will be written upside down but i'm sure it can work in the right situation.
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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.
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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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yes, you can build it right or left handed, depending on where you place the pads.
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