You can buy the Laminate stocks from Boyds directly www.boydboys.com
or from Midwayusa.com. If you're up for it you can sava a bunch by getting the VIP stock directly from Boyd's. However be ready to sand, sand & more sand those machine marks out, then to get the most out of it it should definatelyat least be glass bedded to your rifle. Contact brownells.com for their acraglass gel & be sure to get some modeling clay to fill in the "lock" areas (grooves, cracks & sutch then apply a thin layer of release agent on the metal & secure the two with surgial rubber & a simalar material be sure to use a Q-tip to clean the holes & threads REAL GOOD then dip the screws in auto paste wax & snug them down. The next day-(and have patience!) remove the screws and I hope you cleaned the holes out right? then hold the stock tight & thump the barrel with your hand and it should pop out for ya. Use the gel liberly in the area of the recoil lug & stay away from the magazine area. I also like to remove some material near the rear tang and carefully glass that area as well. Clean the stock with alcohol to remove any oil then use a coat hanger through the front hole & stain then coat with a fast dry laquer-no poly here. steel wool the repeat 4 to 5 coats & you'll be the envy of your fellow rifle loony. I had great luck with remington 700 pillars if you really get adventurous the grooves pre contured ones from brownells work great. After all this my factory barrelled 308 with asharpshooter trigger (the best! & also from brownells) was the most accurate rifle I ever shot with light for caliber bullets. 125 BT's & 110 Sierra HPs and 150 Hornady SP Light Mags for factory stuff. Good luck!!!