GRS Glass Bedding Kit

GRS Glass Bedding Kit

47.95

The GRS glass bedding kit is made for use with
laminate stocks such as Hunter, Sporter, Hybrid, X Eater, and Blanks.
The kit is available in a consumer size with 2 x 75-gram components, and
a 2 x 500-gram component version for gunsmiths.

GRS recommends
glass bedding of laminate stocks to get maximum accuracy out of your
rifle and stock combination. If you are shooting magnum calibres such as
300 Winchester Magnum, you need to glass bed your rifle, if you do not
the warranty will be void.

Why glass bed?

With few
exceptions GRS laminate stocks are drop-in inlets, so why is glass
bedding recommended? The answer is simple. Contact surfaces. The better
the contact surfaces you have, the better grip the stock has to transfer
recoil evenly into the stock. There is no hiding a laminate stock’s
inlet has minor unevenness from the inleting tool and the action settles
on the ridges or highest point in the inlet. When a gunsmith glass beds
the stock, he removes the top layer of laminate, then uses the epoxy
glass bedding between the laminate and the action, the epoxy then gives a
perfect fit between action and stock. When applied correctly the glass
bedding layer should have no bubbles of air in it andv will transfer of
recoil evenly and consistently. This is a crucial part of obtaining
optimum accuracy from your rifle.

Availability: In stock SKU: GRS Glass Bedding Kit Categories: , Brand: GRS Stocks

Description

The GRS glass bedding kit is made for use with
laminate stocks such as Hunter, Sporter, Hybrid, X Eater, and Blanks.
The kit is available in a consumer size with 2 x 75-gram components, and
a 2 x 500-gram component version for gunsmiths.

GRS recommends
glass bedding of laminate stocks to get maximum accuracy out of your
rifle and stock combination. If you are shooting magnum calibres such as
300 Winchester Magnum, you need to glass bed your rifle, if you do not
the warranty will be void.

Why glass bed?

With few
exceptions GRS laminate stocks are drop-in inlets, so why is glass
bedding recommended? The answer is simple. Contact surfaces. The better
the contact surfaces you have, the better grip the stock has to transfer
recoil evenly into the stock. There is no hiding a laminate stock’s
inlet has minor unevenness from the inleting tool and the action settles
on the ridges or highest point in the inlet. When a gunsmith glass beds
the stock, he removes the top layer of laminate, then uses the epoxy
glass bedding between the laminate and the action, the epoxy then gives a
perfect fit between action and stock. When applied correctly the glass
bedding layer should have no bubbles of air in it andv will transfer of
recoil evenly and consistently. This is a crucial part of obtaining
optimum accuracy from your rifle.