Archive for February 12, 2015

Shockwave Blade Pistol Stabilizer on the new CZ-USA Scorpion Evo 3 S1 Pistol

We just received in a new CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1 pistol. Big thanks to Zach for hooking us up with one. 🙂 (I won’t post his last name. Zach, you know who you are. And you are the man. 🙂 )

Of course, being the manufacturers of the Shockwave Blade pistol stabilizer, we had to throw one of our T1 samples on this cool “little” pistol right away.

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It still amazes me how much the Blade stabilizes a big pistol like this or the AR, using the inside of your forearm—and I designed the thing! Maybe that’s why the haters poo-poo it. Of course, those types poo-poo everything. Haters gonna hate, I guess. (They really should try it before they spout off.) But I digress. The Blade really does work as intended! And it just looks so badass. More info on the products for AR-15 page.

 

 

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Shockwave Blade Mold Finished and T1 Samples In

Just a few weeks and these puppies will be available for sale. 🙂

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Note that these are only samples for signing off on the mold. The production pieces will be much more cosmetically pleasing. 😉

For more information on the Blade pistol stabilizer, click here.

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Shockwave Blade Pistol Stabilizer Legal to Cheek Weld, Too

We just received word today that, per the ATF, it is also perfectly legal to hold the Shockwave Blade pistol stabilizer against your cheek when firing. Just make sure you maintain a ray of sunshine between the rear of the Blade and your shoulder. In other words, “don’t use it as a shoulder stock.”

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Using the Blade for a cheek weld also gives you an incredible amount of additional stability. I wouldn’t have believed it if a customer of mine hadn’t tried it (with one of the latest prototypes we handed out during SHOT Show) and prompted me to give it a try. That third point of contact against your cheek really gives you a great amount of stability. (I guess three points really do determine a plane. Who knew that junior high school geometry would come in handy some day?) And the recoil of 5.56mm or .300 BLK or even 7.62mm x 39 is easily managed with just one or two hands. 🙂 And according to my contacts at FTISB, two hands on a pistol doesn’t “automagically” redesign the pistol into an AOW—regardless of what the “interwebs” say.

We start shipping here in a few weeks. $54.95 plus $4 shipping.

For more information on the Blade pistol stabilizer, click here.

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