Rifle stock maker Grayboe anounced Wednesday that the latest stock to hit the company’s lineup, the Terrain, has now moved into full production.
The Terrain joins the Grayboe family which already includes the Renegade and Outlander. The new stock offers a streamlined and minimalistic design with smooth, classic lines for natural handling. Ideal for hunting or general range use, the rifle stock incorporates a near vertical style grip, classic raised cheek comb and ergonomic fore end resulting in a transitional stock that is adaptable in a variety of shooting scenarios.
An original Grayboe design, the stock utilizes a proprietary solid homogenous fiberglass compound and is formed under high pressure and heat created a stiff and strong platform.
Grayboe says several color options are already available and include black, khaki, gray and olive. Additional colors and paint techniques, such as spider web or specialized dipping, are available for high volume buyers.
Available for Remington 700 Long Action and Short Action Sporter models, the Terrain retails for $339 with Grayboe currently accepting pre-orders.