The Grayboe Terrain stock is optimized for intuitive pointing and is designed for use in hunting and range applications. The stock is constructed using a fiberglass compound, like many of the company's other designs.
The fiberglass is formed in a mold using high levels of eat and pressure, which produces a rifle stock with the ability to withstand a tremendous amount of punishment and environmental conditions. After construction is finished, the stock weighs in at 2 pounds, 4 ounces.
Some of the features of the new stock include a vertical-style grip, an elevated comb designed to put a shooter's eye in line with mounted optics and a forend built with ergonomics and different shooting styles in mind.
The stock also features flush-cup sling mounts, along with two sling studs located on the forend, allowing users to mount both a sling and a bipod at the same time. If users so desire, the studs can be swapped out for a Picatinny rail that allows for easy accessory mounting.
The Grayboe Terrain stock comes in a number of different color configurations. The company features a standard color line that includes solid black, khaki, gray and olive colors. For companies purchasing volume orders of stocks, Grayboe will also make specialized options available, such as spider-web finishes or other dips. For individuals, the fiberglass construction of the stock makes it possible for users to apply a custom Cerakote finish that will add a unique look while remaining durable.
The Terrain Stock is available for Remington 700 long-action and short-action BDL and DBM rifles, equipped with either sporter or magnum barrels. The suggested retail price on the new stock is $339.