KAK Shockwave Tube Only $20.00

KAK tube only

KAK Industry has developed a custom buffer tube for the Blade pistol stabilizer. Named the KAK Shockwave tube, the class 3 hard-anodized tube features 12 length-adjustment settings. Its anti-rotation and anti-thrust design means that the Blade stays put without sliding forward or spinning. The tube is flush with rear of Blade when it’s installed fully forward. When installed fully out, the assembly is incredibly rigid. Being of the castle nut design, the KAK Shockwave tube accepts all carbine buffer systems, mil-spec receiver endplates, and aftermarket endplates.

The KAK Shockwave tube is the same length as a mil-spec AR-15 carbine buffer tube: 7.25″

Note: Shockwave Blade pistol stabilizer not included with this item. Pictures with the Blade are meant to show adjustment range only.

 

27 comments

  1. Dave says:

    What would I need to buy to put a shockwave on my M92 pistol?

  2. Marco Cavazos says:

    Do your buffer tubes come in different colors?

  3. Chris says:

    Marty, the female-threaded adapter for my pistol only appears to be 1-1/8″ in diameter — could I be measuring it wrong (ie, w/o accounting for space of internal threads) or will the 1.25″ O.D. tube you offer not fit it?

  4. John Kelton says:

    What is the weight of the buffer tube.

  5. Cpulliam says:

    Does thus buffer tube need a castle nut in order to be secured? I plan on installing it on an AK pistol with usmachinegun adapter.

  6. Jim says:

    Why is there a hole in the end of kak shockwave tube? Can it be covered? thanks

  7. Jeremiah Adams says:

    What is the diameter of the shockwave buffer tube?

  8. Clay says:

    This doesn’t come with the castle nut does it?

  9. Eddy says:

    I want to replace my buffer tube from my CMMG mutant AR/AK pistol. The question is will it fit?

    • marty says:

      Thank you for writing Eddy. As long as your lower receiver accepts a standard AR-15 buffer tube, then our pistol buffer tube will fit.

  10. Mike says:

    I’d like to know if the Shockwave Blade will fit my Professional Ordanance Carbon 15. It’s buffer tube is only 4″ long. Actually it’s 4 at the top and shy of 3 3/4 at the bottom due to a molded mounting tab. Any solution if it’s too short to mount in the normal fashion ??

    • marty says:

      Personally, I would replace the plastic buffer tube with the KAK Shockwave tube. I think you’ll be a lot happier with the results. Thank you for writing, Marty

  11. Ty says:

    Where is this tube made?

  12. Jeff says:

    How long is the buffer tube?

    • marty says:

      Standard carbine length.

      • Brian says:

        Exactly how long in inches please, thx.

      • joe says:

        I’ve seen “standard” carbine buffers go from 7 1/4″ to 7 1/8″…I just wish someone would measure this one to be sure. With an 11.5″ barrel, a 7 1/8″ buffer is 1/8″ short of 26″–but a 7 1/4″ tube would hit the magic mark.

        • Dave Schutter says:

          What difference does 26″ make? An SBR (short barreled rifle) has a regular stock and either has a barrel less than 16″, an overall length less than 26″, or both and requires a stamp. A pistol can be any length as long as it has a BATF approved brace instead of a stock. With an 11.5″ barrel yours is either a SBR or pistol, so the 26″ doesn’t matter. Put an approved stabilizer on it and it’s a pistol and overall length doesn’t matter and no stamp. My pistol will have a 7.5″ barrel and this tube with Blade stabilizer.

        • marty says:

          Over 26″ and it would become a “firearm.” Meaning, you could add a forward vertical grip without registering the firearm as an AOW.

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