Grayboe Introduces New Phoenix 2 Stock

Daniel Y
by Daniel Y

Grayboe has updated their Phoenix stock to become the Phoenix 2. This Rem 700-footprint stock is a reshaped and improved version. Let’s take a look at some of its features.

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One of the most notable changes is the cheek rest. It is repositioned and shaped differently compared to the original Phoenix. Grayboe also did away with the notch in the front of the cheek rest. Other changes include a one-piece M-LOK rail on the underside of the forearm and a new flush cup sling mount in the traditional rear sling position.
The Phoenix 2 is customizable in myriad ways. Grayboe offers 26 (by my count) finish options including M81 Woodland camo, Kryptek variants, and solid colors. Camo finishes add $25 to $150 to the base price.
Grayboe offers the Phoenix 2 in short action, medium action (Defiance only), and long action versions. Tikka-compatible models will become available in October 2023. Prices start at $649, and it is available for order now.
From the manufacturer:
Introducing the Grayboe Phoenix 2, the latest marvel in rifle stock innovation. Building upon the success of its predecessor, the Phoenix 2 rises to a whole new level. Packed with cutting-edge features and enhanced performance, this upgraded version will undoubtedly leave shooters in awe.
One of the most notable improvements in the Phoenix 2 is its enhanced ergonomics. Grayboe has meticulously redefined the stock’s contours and dimensions, ensuring a more comfortable and natural shooting experience. The extended vertical grip provides a secure and firm hold, allowing for better control and increased accuracy. Whether you’re a precision shooter or a hunting enthusiast, the Phoenix 2 will heighten your shooting experience

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Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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