Blackhawk! Knoxx Axiom II Rifle Stocks

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posted on August 15, 2012
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8/15/2012

Blackhawk! has introduced two rifle stocks with dual recoil-compensation systems that reduce up to 85 percent of felt recoil—the Knoxx Axiom II Ultra-Light and the Knoxx Axiom II Thumbhole.

The Thumbhole features a traditional fore-end with an ambidextrous thumbhole pistol grip and interchangeable rubber pistol grip and fore-end inserts. It also has a 14-cubic inch storage compartment, is built of fiberglass-reinforced polymer and features aluminum pillar bedding that free-floats the barrel. The stock is compatible with bipods and utilizes the Knoxx Recoil System to reduce fatigue, recoil and muzzle rise.

The Ultra-Light weighs only 2 pounds, 9 ounces, has seven adjustment positions to fit a variety of shooters and also features the Knoxx Recoil System. It is also made with fiberglass-reinforced polymer and aluminum pillar bedding, and its all-weather construction can handle all environments.

Both stocks are available for Remington 700 and Weatherby rifles with both long and short actions, and are available in black or King’s Desert Shadow camo.

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