I have been sized/fitted years ago and was told I needed to add around 3" (I wish I could remember exactly). I have tried the butt pads and spacers but nothing was long enough. I was hoping I would not have to go to an all wood stock, I really like the look of my composite furniture. I am 6'0" with a wingspan of 6'7' - 6'8". I am lanky to say the least. Any ideas on aftermarket synthetic stocks?Add spacers to the stock or look for a new stock. I'd suggest that you get a good evaluation on what you think you need from someone who actually fits stocks for clays shooters. Very few shooters actually end up needing "inches" if you mean more than two. If you really want a stock to fit you, you'll need to go to wood and get it fitted for cast off/cast on plus length as needed. Check with a couple of knowledgeable shooters (good shooters who really know stock fit) to see what you need. I've seen a lot of new shooters spend a LOT of money on things they thought they needed and either they didn't, or they got it wrong when they tried. You can simply add a slip on butt pad to see if your scores improve with the added length for around thirty bucks and you can sell the pad when you're done with it. Don't alter the gun until you KNOW what you need. Good luck.
Good point and actually subscribing to "The Big Book" (Catalog) is easier than their web site. You also get the flyers for new stuff and sometimes that helps too.If you look on Brownell's, you'll see that spacers come in different thicknesses and can easily be "stacked" up to whatever length you'd like to ad. I'm not aware of any aftermarket stocks for this gun. I think you're pretty much stuck with spacers or wood. Good luck.