About 6 months back or so my son decided he wanted to shoot a 308 he found in the back of the safe. The rifle is a Frankenstein composed of 700 parts I had laying around that were put together as a Reh rifle circa 2001. The barrel is 19 inches long so I used a small stock from H-S precision. The stock is similiar to the one they sell Remington for the LTR but has a wider, flatter forend with grasping grooves. As sold thes stocks have a 13.5" non-adjustable length of pull. My sone is about 5' 2" currently so the stock was too long and even after moving the scope back as far as possible he could not get proper eyerelief for the scope. I proposed we cut the stock and install an aluminum adjustment system but he preferred spacers. I still have some finsihing to do but this is the project as of last night.