Norwegian GRS Riflestocks has added another option to their line of composite bolt action rifle stocks. The new stock is called Fenris and while retaining the general shape of other GRS stocks and key features such as the Speedlock quick LOP adjustment mechanism, the Fenris stock introduces the new Honeycomb grip and forearm pattern as well as the new Stealth Gray color.
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The Fenris is a great value, fully adjustable stock with a super-strong body made with reinforced fiberglass. Whatever you’re aiming at, Fenris is versatile enough to handle it. The stealth grey color blends with the black details and makes the stock as esthetic as functional when merging into the surroundings.
Designed to work with all body types and clothing, it provides the accuracy and confidence to hit your target. This heavy-hitter knocks out standard stocks with its gritty compositions and ergonomics. The honeycomb grip stands out in appearance and performance with a superior look and non-slip, vibration dampening design.
GRS Fensris stock is available with one of the following action inlets: Bergara B14 SA and B14 SA HMR, Howa/Weatherby 1500 SA, Remington 700 BDL SA, Savage 12 SA DM and 16 SA DM, Tikka CTR and T3/T3X/T1X. The stock is compatible with right-handed actions only. The length of pull can be adjusted within the 13.1″-14.2″ (33,.5-36.3 cm) range. The cheek rest height is also adjustable and a height-adjustable recoil pad can be added optionally. The overall length of the GRS Fenris stock is 29.7″ (75.5 cm) and it weighs in at 3 lbs (1400 grams).
While no MSRP is specified by the manufacturer, the Fenris stock can be found on retailers’ websites such as EuroOptic.com which have the Fenris stock listed at a price of $325 for all inlet options.
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