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Weapon stocks are the human side of weapons - they should adapt to human needs. A rifle that is about to shoot deadly bullets at very high explosive speeds should not be difficult to handle in any way and all conditions. Using a rifle requires precision (which is pretty much in all conditions). One should pay attention to the variables that affect precision: can you hold the rifle securely without slipping? Do you have to adapt your body, or your stance, to the rifle, or does it adapt to you? Does the rifle naturally accept all the peripheral items you need to make your shooting easier and more precise? Is it rugged enough to withstand use? GRS stocks are rugged, designed to human specs, with functionality and precision in mind.




Ergonomics deals with the application of physiological principles to the engineering and design of a product. In GRS, we looked at the human act of shooting in different positions and started from that fundamental point to develop our stocks in ways that would accommodate human physiology. When you lay your shooting arm on a flat surface, you will notice that your hand will be naturally angled  - we used that 6º angle as starting point to develop the shape and angle of our GRS grip.




We've designed our stocks (as our accessories) with the key fundamentals of design in mind: add all functionalities possible, simplify them to "as unbreakable
as possible" status, distill that to the point of beauty. We've included naturally 6º tilted grips on all models that do not require ambidextrous use as a specification
and therefore sell them in left-hand or right-hand forms. All GRS models include one-click tool-less adjustment of fundamentals like Length of Pull or Cheek-piece height - except for our entry-level Hunter Light, which includes one-click
Cheek-piece adjustment but whose Lenght of Pull should be adapted to your
needs via factory-installed spacers). This design is then translated via the best
birch laminates or fiberglass composites into the most beautiful form possible,
hugging your barrel and your action as a second-skin.