We own three Ruger American Rifles in 7mm-08. For Michigan hunting with my teenagers, I reduce the loads down to about 2400 fps, but I've also taken mule deer in Wyoming with full power loads. I love their accuracy at an economy price and I love the versatility of the 7mm-08 cartridge. But I don't care for the plastic stocks on these rifles, so I've been keeping my eyes open for the right after-market stock. With hunters in my family ranging from 14 to 48 years old and all shapes and sizes, I need versatile rifles to go along with a versatile cartridge, something anyone can use on a given day. Boyd's now offers a stock that's fully adjustable called the At-One. I decided to give it a try and I'm very pleased so far. One of the beauties of an adjustable stock is not just to accommodate different size shooters, but also different clothing/seasons. I wear a t-shirt at the range in the summer, but I'm typically layered up with bulky clothing for the Michigan firearms opener November 15th. No problem now. I paid about $350 for the rifle and $200 for the stock. I can't imagine a more versatile set up for the money.