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Grayboe Terrain Fiberglass Stock - Remington 700 M5/DBM

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Description

The Terrain fully addresses the essence of a streamlined and minimalistic rifle stock design. Its smooth and classic lines make it a natural handling and intuitively pointing stock ideal for hunting or range use.  The stock incorporates a comfortable vertical hunting style grip merged with a classic and time tested raised cheek comb, this along with its ergonomic fore end design make it a truly transitional stock, adaptable to a variety of needs. The Terrain comes standard with 3 flush cups for easy sling mounting and two front stud which can be replaced with a Picatinny rail if desired.  All Grayboe stocks are made with the highest quality composite ingredients, specifically formulated for the purpose of accuracy, comfort and reliability for your firearm. Weight is approximately 40 ozs

Available Configurations
  • Remington 700 Long Action DBM, Magnum/Sporter Contour
  • Remington 700 Short Action DBM, Magnum/Sporter Contour
  • Remington 700 Long Action DBM, Varmint Contour
  • Remington 700 Short Action DBM, Varmint Contour
Standard Configurations
  • 1 Flush Cup Rear Bottom, 1 Flush Cup Rear Right Side and 1 Flush Cup Front Right Side
  • 2 Studs Spaced 3″ Apart (Can Be Replaced With Rail)
  • Pachmayr Decelerator Recoil Pad
Barrels Compatible with Varmint Contour
Barrels that fit the standard Varmint contour.  Cylinder length is finished at 1”:
  • Remington Varmint/Sendero
  • Pac Nor Varmint/Sendero
  • Walther #2260
  • Rock Creek Varmint
  • Lilja Rem Varmint
  • Shilen Rem Varmint
  • Krieger Varmint
  • Proof Research Sendero Light
  • Bartlein #13

Specifications:

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Barrel Dimensions:

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14 Reviews

  • 5
    grsyboe terrain with m5 bottom metal

    Published by Bradley c auwarter on Sep 20th 2020

    bought this to replace a KRG Bravo stock that I had on my custom Hart barreled .308. This is the 3rd stock I've had on this rifle, uts always been a monumental shooter, but was never really comfortable..this stock finally changed that!!! Fit and finish is equal to manners . Is it REALLY a drop in?? You bet!! With my best losds this is a 1/4 moa rifle. I bolted this on(had to sand it out a little where the chamber is to float it because of the custom contour) took it to the range. Sighted in and shot 3 groups from .37 to .43. This stock just fits me so well I'm giddy with excitement to take hunting.. thanks to red hawk for really fast shipping too!! Would give 10 stars if I ould

  • 4
    Grayboe Terrain - Long Action M5/DBM

    Published by John on Sep 18th 2020

    Overall I am very satisfied with this stock. The only reason it did not get five stars is because the barrel is visibly off-center in the barrel channel. The barrel is still free-floated but it is noticeably off-center which triggers my OCD just a little... Other than that, it's awesome, I was able to convert my Remington 700 Long Action ADL to accept AICS magazines which was the primary purpose of my purchase. It is lightweight and rigid and I appreciate the many QD cup placements for varied sling configurations. I saw neither an improvement or decline in accuracy which I'm happy with as the rifle has always shot pretty well.

  • 5
    Grayboe Terrain

    Published by Joe on Dec 20th 2019

    Great stock for the money, purchased Hawkins M5 bottom metal for this stock and everything was perfect had to do nothing at all except screw the action in place.

  • 4
    Grayboe Terrain

    Published by Dean on Nov 21st 2019

    Very good stock. Impressed. Forend is not quite as rigid as a McMillan. This stock offers a great bang for the buck. Won;t hesitate to consider another in the future.

  • 5
    Grayboe Terrain stock long action

    Published by Bryan Law on Sep 10th 2019

    Great stocks! I recommend them to all my customers who are doing rifle builds. If you are shooting a heavier barrel contour such as a Shilen #5, inletting the barrel channel is required.