Had an inquiry about how to adjust the GRS stocks and chassis. What the user needs to understand is the adjustments are not a infinitely adjustable friction fit. Which tend to shoot themselves loose.
The GRS system is VERY adjustable, but it uses small teeth or gears. When putting adjustments on these systems, the user might need to push / pull sightly to ensure a “gear” is engaged by the slider.
The system is quick to adjust. And it’s also very solid. Which prevents it from shooting lose like a friction fit. However, the user needs to work the controls with authority and confidence.
If you’ve ever had a traditional friction system come lose while shooting on the clock, the superiority of the GRS style becomes self-evident.
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