• Though glass-reinforced polymer
  • Lightweight at only 3.5 oz.
  • Smaller profile
  • Adjustable positions
  • Ergonomically designed for comfort
  • Quick and simple to install
  • Provides extra support during firing
  • Two sling loops at the rear of stabilizer
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Available in Black, Flat Dark Earth, and OD Green

*The Final Brace Rule has been officially published in the Federal Register and is in effect. Although Pistol Stabilizing Braces are not regulated, attaching them to a firearm could potentially make them subject to the NFA.


  • Material: Polymer
  • Weight: 3.5 oz.
  • Length: 6.25"
  • Width: 1.37"
  • Height: 4"


  • Mil-Spec carbine buffer tubes


If you are looking for a stabilizer for your AR, check out the KAK Shockwave 2M Blade Stabilizer. It gives you ultimate control over your firearm without using a traditional stock.

Lightweight and Durable

The Shockwave 2M Blade Stabilizer is made from tough glass-reinforced polymer, but it's super lightweight, tipping the scales at only 4 ounces. And the best part? It's adjustable, so you can get the perfect length of pull for maximum stability and support when you're blasting off rounds.

The KAK Shockwave 2M Blade Stabilizer is also decked out with QD sling slots on both sides and a sling loop at the back, so you can sling it up and move around with ease. And, it's made in the good old U.S. of A., so you know it's top-quality.

The KAK Shockwave 2M Blade Stabilizer comes in Black, Flat Dark Earth, and OD Green, and it's a breeze to install. So if you're after a lightweight, durable, and ergonomic stabilizer, this is a winner.


*Know your local/state laws and regulations prior to purchasing this product. If you are unsure whether or not you have an assault weapon, please contact a firearms attorney. Wing Tactical LLC are not held responsible for injury or damage from inaccurate assembly, misuse, illegal use or modification of this device, nor are we held responsible for your understanding or interpretation of the laws and regulations that may apply.

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