DE­SIGN & MOD­I­FI­CA­TION PO­TEN­TIAL

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While de­sign­ing Gray­boe’s Ter­rain stock, the com­pany was able to hold the ac­tion and bot­tom in­let­ting ar­eas down to thou­sandths of an inch, en­sur­ing a per­fectly bar­reled ac­tion and bot­tom metal fit. A prob­lem with many syn­thetic and com­pos­ite stocks is that they make mod­i­fi­ca­tions and hard­ware in­stal­la­tion dif­fi­cult, but be­cause the Ter­rain was de­signed so that the fiber­glass/epoxy con­struc­tion con­tin­ues through­out the en­tire cross sec­tion, the stock can be cut, sanded and in­let­ted with­out com­pro­mis­ing its strength or aes­thet­ics. This per­mits some­one skilled in such things to eas­ily ad­just the length of pull, in­stall an ad­justable cheek rest, shorten the fore end, open the bar­rel chan­nel or per­form other mod­i­fi­ca­tions.

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