Blackhawk Releases Next Generation Knoxx SpecOps Shotgun Stock

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posted on January 29, 2016
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The all-new Blackhawk Knoxx SpecOps Gen III Stock with Recoil Suppression Technology effectively reduces felt recoil by up to 80 percent, taking the original SpecOps Stock to an even higher level of effectiveness, performance and reliability.

Using dual recoil-compensation systems, this rugged new synthetic stock improves shooter confidence, reduces muzzle flip, decreases cheek-slap and virtually eliminates harsh recoil. With improved ergonomics and six convenient adjustment positions, any-sized shooter can use the SpecOps Stock Gen III comfortably in any application and with any load. Even high-powered 3-inch loads are reduced by approximately 50 percent.

Features include the two-stage patented recoil reduction system and an innovative new patent-pending recoil pad technology. The straight cheek weld of this improved version helps reduce cheek slap and keep shooters on their target. The six-position adjustable stock with 12.5-to-15.2 inches length-of-pull range has a buttstock tensioner to remove rattle. An ergonomic pistol grip is optimized for tactical shooting techniques, and multiple ambidextrous sling mounting locations provide increased adjustability.

Installation is easier than ever before. Plus, the fore-end is rethought with an integrated hand-stop and a multi-position Picatinny-style accessory mount.

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