It came with an adjustable, spring-loaded, recoil-reducing stock, to which I added the cheek piece and a Hogue grip sleeve. It had a shell carrier on the cheek piece, but it was a little too tactical and made the gun difficult to shoot with from either shoulder, so I ground it off. I had the trigger pull lightened and the bore polished, too. I have two Indian Creek choke tubes for it, so it shoots a very tight turkey load or buckshot for coyotes. Finally, I added the red dot, so I can keep the bird’s whole head in view while I squeeze the trigger.