Shockwave Blade Pistol Stabilizer, Black $42.95

DSC09517 DSC09518    DSC09521 DSC09522 DSC09519 DSC09520DSC09524 DSC09468

Shockwave is proud to introduce the patent-pending Blade pistol stabilizer. Made from high-strength glass-reinforced polymer, the Blade is manufactured to exacting tolerances and fits all pistols equipped with a standard AR-15 pistol buffer tube (up to 1.25″ in diameter). Just slip it on and tighten the large set screw for a rock-solid installation.

This veteran-designed and U.S.A.-manufactured shooting aid improves your marksmanship by providing additional support of your pistol while you still hold and operate it with one hand. The Blade incorporates a vertical “fin,” which you stabilize against the inside of your forearm when in the firing position. Or, you can stabilize the Blade against your cheek for a perfect, steady sight picture.

– Fits all pistols equipped with a standard AR-15 pistol buffer tube (up to 1.25″ in diameter)—AR pattern, Glock, CZ Scorpion Evo 3, HK9X pattern, etc.
– Available in black, flat dark earth, OD green, and stealth grey (this listing is for black)
– Quick and easy to install
– Provides additional support during firing
– Weighs a scant 5.0 ounces
ATF approved for pistol use
– Veteran designed, engineered, marketed, and sold
– Made in U.S.A.

Thank you for your support.

Blade pistol stabilizer in black:



Dealers interested in retailing the Blade should contact KAK Industry through their website at, email at, or phone at 805-981-4734.


  1. Brandon says:

    Can it be installed any where in the buffer tube or does it have to be pushed up all the way against the pistol

  2. Al says:

    Will this fit the Rock River Arms Pistol Buffer Tube? The RRA stand tube is fluted.


  3. Jonathan Rotondi says:

    Is this to only be used with a pistol buffer tube or can a standard carbine buffer tube be used also.

  4. Bill says:

    Is it legal to manufacture a stabilizer that is adjustable? Instead of the set screw have it fit the standard 6 position buffer tube with a spring loaded lever?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow by Email