Shockwave Blade Mold Finished and T1 Samples In

Just a few weeks and these puppies will be available for sale. šŸ™‚

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

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

If you would like to get on the Blade notification list, please email us.


4 replies on “Shockwave Blade Mold Finished and T1 Samples In”

I wanted to commend you guys for what I believe is a superior design.

I have owned the SigTac SB-15 brace for more than a year now. It doesn’t live up to the hype. Actually, it’s borderline dangerous. Unlike many, I purchased the Sig brace to actually use as intended. However, it’s just not usable that way. When it’s strapped to your arm, you simply can’t line up your sights. Unless your elbow is double-jointed. Mine’s not.

So, fiddling around with the Sig brace at the range one day, I noticed that if I just picked up my AR pistol and held it straight out in front of me like a regular pistol, the side of the brace rested on the inside of my forearm, stabilizing the gun and helping me line up the sights. Exactly the way the Shockwave blade appears to work. I truly believe you guys have cracked the code on usable pistol stabilizers. šŸ™‚

I know you guys have taken your lumps in online forums by armchair operators who still live in their momma’s basements and whose biggest concern in life is regularly vacuuming out the Cheetos dust from their keyboards. But your design is superior IMHO. It also appears to be much better looking, lighter, stronger, easier to install, and less than half the price of the Sig brace. I don’t know how you guys do it. But keep on doing it. šŸ™‚ I am in for a half dozen Blades when they become available: four in black and two in FDE. I am going to slap two of them on my AR pistols, a couple on my Glocks and one on my new CZ Scorpion Evo.

Keep up the good work guys.

Hi Darin,

Thank you for writing and for the many kind words. It was my own purchase of the Sig brace and dissatisfaction with it that prompted me to design a better mousetrap. I will add you to the notification list. You should be hearing from us in the first part of March.

Thank you again,

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