My sample gun was well fit and finished overall, with deeply blued barrels, nice satin walnut with sharp laser checkering, a single selective trigger, and ejectors. The stock did lack panels on the side and a fluted comb, the only indications that this is a bargain gun. It was easy to carry while hunting, yet surprisingly smooth on the skeet field. I especially liked the safety switch, which is very high profile and easy to find, even with a gloved thumb. Fortunately, the Grey Stone comes with 23⁄4-inch chambers, so no one will be tempted to set off 3-inch magnums in such a light gun.