SHOCKWAVE BLADE PISTOL STABILIZER - GREY

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SHOCKWAVE-GREY
$34.95
(9 reviews)
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Made from high-strength glass-reinforced polymer, the Blade is manufactured to exacting tolerances and fits the KAK shockwave tube. No half-hour installation process. Just slip it on and tighten the large set screw for a rock-solid installation.

Features:
– Fits kak shockwave tube
– Available in Black, FDE, Grey, OD Green, Plum, Brown, White, Red, and Blue
– Quick and easy to install
– Provides additional support during firing
– Weighs a scant 5.0 ounces
– Veteran designed, engineered, marketed, and sold
– Made in U.S.A.

It is the responsibility of the consumer to ensure that their use of the Shockwave Blade complies with all NFA laws and regulations.  KAK Industry cannot provide any legal advice or interpretation of ATF rules and regulations.  Please refer to the ATF website to determine if your use of the Shockwave Blade is controlled by the NFA or other regulations.

ATF Information on Pistol Braces

Reviews

  • 5
    Great pistol stabilizer

    Posted by Joseph on February 1, 2019

    Love that Kak puts out such a great product for the price. Held strong and straight. I would buy this again for another AR pistol. Thnaks!

  • 5
    VERY HAPPY WITH PURCHASE

    Posted by Matt on August 20, 2018

    I placed my order on a Sunday afternoon- imagine my surprise when it arrived on Tuesday morning!!!!! Fast shipping, quality product, and a no hassle instilation- KAK has my buisness for life.

  • 4
    Great

    Posted by Tim A. on May 24, 2018

    Pistol brace that works, is lightweight and locks up very well with the KAK tube. It's a no brainer, and the price is right. The light weight and no bulk is probably what I wanted the most in a brace, and this delivered. Three sling mounts make for a lot of different options.

  • 5
    Camt beat it

    Posted by Lucas on July 31, 2017

    The blade is pretty sweet I recomend it. Alot of ly buddies wanna build a pistol and do it the same say. Durable, can go on any pistol buffer but the buffer tube for it is better. Only downfall ( in some peoples eyes) is it looks like a butt stovk and people hate that. I dont but it almost cause a fight at a range ( they were morons about it). Definitely beat spending 200 on sig brace

  • 3
    A great brace

    Posted by Erik on July 29, 2017

    Purchased the Shockwave Blade for my 5.56 AR pistol build. I have been bery happy, so far, with the fit and use of the stabilizer, both with as a traditional forearm brace and utilizing a cheek weld. This particular grey is very close to the Magpul grey hardware that I also used for the build. All in all, I would definitely purchase another, for another build.

  • 5
    Not half bad!

    Posted by Dave on March 28, 2017

    I don't know why people would pay for the SIG brace. The Shockwave hugs the forearm when fired, and stays in place when used in other ways. Pretty badass to me. Veteran developed, American made, Marine Vet approved!! Well done guys!!! 6132, 2008-2015. Semper Fi!!!

  • 5
    Exceeding Expectations

    Posted by Riley on September 6, 2016

    The brace is thin, lightweight, and does everything it should. Plus looks better than other options in my opinion. The reasonable price point makes this an outstanding product.

  • 5
    Best pistol stabilizer ever

    Posted by BILL on July 28, 2016

    I hae several ar pistols and also a Kriss all these firearms have KAK Shockwave and not only are thy ligt and with the set screw very stable and the price is incredible. I also have some of the expensive other brand and am selling as the shockwave is the best!!!!

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Martin on August 28, 2015

    Finally- a pistol wrist brace that WORKS!! Thanks KAK for being in tune with end users. Unlike the competion's flexible cuff, the Shockwave Blade allows user to comfortably point the pistol it is attached to in a very natural manner. No awkward twisting of the head and wrist to align the sights, or uncomfortable straps cutting in to the forearm. I will be putting this brace on several more of my rifle caliber pistols in the very near future.