It looks like the Tacticool has been revised into the "Pro Varmint". Check out their custom stock configurator (click the hyperlink) to get your options. They have several from which to choose. Keep in mind that you may need some bottom metal and a trigger guard to get the new stock to fit the action right. Visit Diviserfied Innovative Products (DIP Inc.) for the other parts.
I should have mentioned that I have a Tacticool stock on my FVSR and have been very pleased with it. It is so much better than the plastic stock the rifles ship with and more closely resembles traditional tactical stocks from the big names.
I run the tacticool/pro varmint from Boyd’s and really like it for the money. If you’re into arts and crafts you can get a bare inletted stock (money saver) from midway for a bit less and just finish as desired. They have a really good birthday discount FYI. You will also want to replace your bottom metal with either the DIP or make your own from 1/8” aluminum. If you want something nicer manners and mcree inlet for them as well.
May not be your cup of tea, but there’s also the MDT LSS22. I have both an FV-SR AND A TRR-SR. The TRR is in a Boyd’s Tacticool/Pro Varmit, and it has a big gun feel to it. The LSS-22 my tensioned barrel FV-SR is in is no lighter than the Boyd’s, but it does make the gun “feel” smaller and handier.