SHOT Show 2017: Blackhawk! AR and Shotgun Accessories

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posted on January 16, 2017
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Blackhawk! has introduced new products centered primarily around the AR platform. 

With an improved grip angle and palm swell, the Knoxx AR Pistol Grip offers premium comfort and stability. The grip is further improved by a textured surface. MSRP: $17.95



The Knoxx Axiom A-Frame Carbine Stock, available in four colors, features a forward length-of-pull adjustment cam for a custom fit when shouldered. An integrated fit-adjustment screw sets the level of play between the stock and receiver extension. Plus, multiple integrated QD sling mounts offer a choice of transportation options. MSRP: $59.95



The AR-15 No-Latch Ambi Charging Handle is a drop-in upgrade to any AR-15. The handle is automatically held to the receiver with a leaf spring—eliminating the need to squeeze a small latch to charge the rifle. Fully ambidextrous, the distinctive over-molded handle provides a larger pull point from both sides, easily clearing low-set optics. Four available colors match various furniture kits. MSRP: $39.95

Pistol-grip shotguns are renowned for their ease of handling and manipulation, though running rounds through them can take a physical toll. The Knoxx BreachersGrip Gen III features an ergonomically friendly design while mitigating kickback through a patent-pending recoil-reduction system. MSRP: $94.95

Find out more at blackhawk.com 





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