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Remington Releases 870 Tac-14, Features Raptor Grip

The Remington 870 Tac-14 is a non-NFA firearm, transferring just like any Title 1 pistol, rifle, or shotgun. It features a 14″ barrel, associated 870 front-end components, Magpul M-Lok forend—and the Shockwave Technologies Raptor Grip for R870.

We are very honored that Remington chose our Raptor Grip to complete their 870 Tac-14 firearm.

ATF Says That Shouldering Shockwave Blade is Okay!

I just got off the phone with a very nice gentleman at ATF Tech Branch—who was fielding these calls today. (He was, understandably, very well versed on the subject—and very nice about it even though he’s been on the phone all day, repeating himself ad nauseam.) I identified myself and asked him specifically if the letter that’s making the rounds is limited to one company’s products–or if it applies to all pistol stabilizing braces. He said: “The letter covers all pistol stabilizing braces, including the Shockwave Blade.” So that settles that.

He then gave me a bit of further guidance for our customers:

  1. By “permanent affixing,” ATF considers that to be adding permanent Loctite to the large set screw that secures the Blade into the dimples in the KAK tube. As long as you don’t red Loctite the set screw in place, ATF considers it to be “temporarily placed” and “perfectly okay to shoulder.” (He didn’t beat around the bush on this topic.)
  2. “Length of pull”—for lack of a better word regarding pistol braces—begins to enter a “gray area” above 13.5″. Above 13.5″ begins “to enter shoulder stock area.” (His words. I believe this has to do with the “comfortableness” aspect.) On an AR-15, the “length of pull” for the Blade is approximately 13.13″, so no issues there. But if you use the Blade on a firearm that requires a large adapter of some sort, please make sure that you only use the dimples up to the point that you remain below the 13.5″ length. Stay below 13.5″ and according to ATF, it’s okay to shoulder a Shockwave Blade.

So there you have it. Anything you read to the contrary on a web forum, social media site, or industry blog is simple misinformation by people who are not being completely honest.

ATF Clarifies Shouldering Pistol Stabilizers

As you’ve probably heard or read by now, the ATF has clarified its position on shouldering pistol stabilizers.  They’ve opined that sporadic or situational shouldering of a pistol stabilizer doesn’t automagically create an NFA item.

And credit where credit’s due: Kudos to those who pushed for the clarification.

More Bang. Less Buck.

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With 2016 officially in the books, Shockwave is happy to report that it was a banner year for us. And 2017 is already shaping up to be even bigger. To show our appreciation to our past and future customers, we are lowering the price of Blade pistol stabilizers from $48.95 to $42.95. (We’ve reduced the price of complete kits, too.) Our goal is to keep earning the business of our repeat customers and that of our new customers. Besides, who doesn’t like to save a few bucks on their AR parts? 😉

Find our selection of pistol stabilizers and attachment kits here.

USPTO Issues Blade Patent

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On November 15, 2016, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued US Patent No. D771,765 for the Blade pistol stabilizer. The Blade features a vertical “rudder” that the user stabilizes against the inside of their forearm when in the firing position. Its design gives the user additional support of a firearm while it is still held and operated with one hand. “I couldn’t be more proud that the Patent and Trademark Office honored me with a patent for my unique pistol stabilizer,” remarked Martin Ewer, President of Shockwave Technologies LLC.

Find our selection of pistol stabilizers and attachment kits here.

Mossberg Introduces the 590 Shockwave!

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Mossberg has introduced the 590 Shockwave 12-gauge firearm. A non-NFA firearm, these transfer just like any Title 1 pistol, rifle, or shotgun. It features a 14″ barrel and associated 590 front-end components as well as the Shockwave Technologies Raptor Grip for M500.

Team Shockwave is very proud and honored that Mossberg has chosen to pair our grip with their newest offering.

The part number is 50659 (UPC 015813506595). You can find the release information here: http://www.mossberg.com/category/series/590-shockwave/

Some press on the new offering:

https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2017/1/17/shot-show-2017-mossberg-590-shockwave/

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/01/16/industry-range-day-mossberg-shotguns-shot-2017/

https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/non-nfa-short-barreled-shotgun-new-14-mossberg-shockwave-shot-show-2017/?utm_source=email&utm_medium=20170201_SHOT17_8&utm_campaign=/blog/non-nfa-short-barreled-shotgun-new-14-mossberg-shockwave-shot-show-2017/

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