Finding Wilson

The search is on for our hardcore fan, help us find Wilson.

It’s amazing how the universe works sometimes. You need a subject for a blog article and someone forwards you this picture.

Like your other ideas even compared to this. LOL Now, while I’m not advocating for our customers to run out and try to one-up each other with the tattoo needle, I do have to say that, at this point, this guy might be our most hardcore fan. Just sayin’. We received this picture from one of our vendors who got it from the tattoo artist that did the work. We’ve asked the sender for contact information for this guy. We’d love to learn more about his tattoo. Including, for example, who is Wilson? Is he Wilson? Is Wilson a relative? Is it for Wilson the volleyball who sailed off alone at the end of Castaway? It doesn’t appear to have anything to do with Wilson Combat, as the receiver is marked with a large Aero Precision-type “A.” Inquiring minds want to know more. At the very least, we would like to send him a Shockwave t-shirt. You know, for those times when he doesn’t want to show off his new ink. A guy needs to represent, ya know.

Mossberg Raptor Grip new Colors

Shockwave Technologies is excited to announce the release of our Raptor Grip for Mossberg 500/590 in three new colors.

The Raptor Grip is molded of a super-tough glass-filled polymer and fits:

  • Mossberg 500 12-gauge firearms (aka 500A)
  • Mossberg 500 20-gauge firearms (aka 500C)
  • Mossberg 590 and 590A1 firearms (12-gauge)
  • Mossberg 510 Mini firearms (12- and 20-gauges)
  • Mossberg 835 firearms (12- and 20-gauges)
  • Mossberg 535 firearms (12- and 20-gauges)
  • Mossberg 600 (New Haven) firearms (12- and 20-gauges)
  • Maverick 88 (12- and 20-gauges)
  • Coast to Coast model CC 660 Master Mag (12- and 20-gauges)
  • Mossberg 590A1 and 500 Compact Cruiser AOW
  • Mossberg Shockwave (12 and 20 gauges)

Flat Dark Earth

OD Green

Stealth Gray

You can get it HERE

Shockwave Blade 2M Receives US Patent

Shockwave Blade 2M Patent

Dunedin, FL – On April 23, 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued US Patent No. D846,685 for the Blade 2M pistol stabilizer. Like the original Blade, the new Blade 2M features a vertical “rudder” that gives gun owners an additional point of contact for stabilizing their firearms.

New with the Blade 2M is that it fits standard mil-spec AR-15 carbine buffer tubes—while enabling the firearms to remain classified as pistols. (The ATF originally approved the Blade 2M with a mil-spec carbine buffer tube in its October 31st, 2017 letter.) A simple lever enables the user to adjust the position of Blade 2M on the buffer tube.

“We couldn’t be more proud, bringing to market a pistol brace that fits a standard carbine buffer tube and adjusts with just a lever—and being recognized by the US Patent Office,” remarked Cynthia Shala, General Manager of Shockwave Technologies LLC.

For more information on our line of pistol stabilizers and attachment kits, click here.