I have used several of the Bell and Carlson stocks over the years for shotgun and rifles replacements and they seem to be a well made stock for the money and they usually make most designs to cover the major brands of guns out there
one thing to watch for though is that sometimes they do require a bit more fitting than they claim but it is not too drastic to make it fit like it should
also be sure to get the stock that utilizes the standard sling swivels setup instead of the cross bar type which is made into the stock,
the ones with the cross bar built into the stock is an older design and they dont show up too often any more
I've used 2 of them - one on a 1903 Springfield that required me to rasp in the area for the modified bolt (bent for use with a scope) and one on a Howa 1500. They work well, but they are not light.