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To create our unique rifle stocks, we in GRS had to look for the materials that would accommodate the resillience, resistance, just the right combination of elasticity and rigidity, and material beauty that would express in the best possible way the uniqueness of our design. There is a long tradition of using birch on high-end weapon stocks, but the raw birch wood missed some of the above-qualities. After many carving and shooting tests we opted for a high-end birch laminate, made in ?Denmark?, under the strictest quality-controlled conditions. Birch laminate has been a game changer in many of the industries that used to require premium wood - lately even including parts on premium musical instruments. Slowly but surely, birch laminates are replacing traditional wood in places where no one would ever imagine seeing them.

 

 

Photo of all GRS Laminate colors
Photo of all GRS Laminate colors
Photo of all GRS Laminate colors

 

 

SOFTNESS TO THE TOUCH, RESISTANCE TO THE WEAR

Our laminate stocks, if given the proper care, will last you a lifetime of enjoyment . Remember to treat it like the wood it is, keep it clean and oiled often, avoid excessive exposure to lateral shocks - keep in mind that all rifle stocks are developed to handle the sudden backward forces of shooting in the most comfortable way possible and ours even more so, with the added capacity for growing or shrinking the Length of Pull and the height to cheek, along with areas of increased structural rigidity (metal) and softness (rubber padding), all working together to provide you the ultimate shooting experience. 

The oiling should be done according to these instructions (link to pdf with instructions on oiling).