I just finished a new stock project. It's a thumbhole stock for a Remington 660. I've wanted one for a long time, but no commercial gunstock companies make one as regular item… So, I made my own. It's got a beavertail forend for target shooting and it is great for off hand shooting. I chose this color because it's as close to cammo as I can find. The background was hedge and treebark and the rifle fits right in. It's going to be in use next deer season. I've included some pictures of the inlet area so you can see the precision carving involved with making a gunstock. Closeups of the grip area are shown because the colors of the dyed birch look pretty good.