The Grayboe Renegade (above, bottom) is a molded composite stock that is a licensed copy of the McMillan A (above, top) for about half the cost with the Renegade just weighs a few ounces more. Unlike a traditional fiberglass stock with a fiberglass shell, the Grayboe is made from the same material throughout the stock.
Like the McMillan A5, the Renegade offers a vertical pistol grip, butt stock hook, and a total of three sling studs, two in the fore end and one in the rear. The stock shown in this post is inletted for Remington 700 short action receiver with a standard Remington Varmint contour barrel and Badger M5 style bottom metal. Different inlets and camouflage finishes are available depending on your needs.
Unlike the a traditional fiberglass stock with a shell, the molded Grayboe lends itself to customization without the fear of cutting into a shell and weakening the stock. For instance, cutting an adjustable cheekpiece out of the stock and installing KMW hardware into one is simply a matter of cutting the stock and inletting the hardware. Read the full article by clicking the link below.