First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns

Scott from CDM Gear sent me very interesting information about the recoil-reducing stock for shotgun which was developed before the Knoxx stock.

“I wanted to tell you about a recoil stock I was working with before there were recoil stocks like Knoxx and Mesa Tactical. The company was called Stock Shox. The owner was known as Adam O. The Stock Shox used a patented process of shock absorption used in a bicycle seat shock absorbing system designed by Adam. Very few were made and sold in the USA and I have one of them. They worked extremely well and my hope was to use that stock system in a stock adapter of my own design but that was not meant to be.”

First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns
First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns
First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns
First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns
First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns
First Recoil Reducing Stock for Shotguns

Great minds think alike and idea of the recoild reducing stock is not new. Thanks to Scott for the story of the first recoil reducing stock and photos.

Scott is now well known for his accessories for shotguns and has his own company CDM Gear

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Vitaly Pedchenko

My name is Vitaly Pedchenko, I started this blog and forum to share information, tips, photos, and advice about the Remington 870 shotgun, accessories, and upgrades. Now I also own AR-15 rifle and MP5 pistol caliber carbine. I am firearms instructor, competitive shooter and IPSC Range Officer. I participate in practical shooting and 3-Gun competitions because they are the best way for me to test equipment and upgrades under stress. I am member of the PRACTICA shooting club. I also participate in REAGO, which provides Tactical Combat Casualty Care training. The main purpose of the Rem870.com blog and forum is to have a compilation of information about the Remington 870 shotgun in one organized, accessible place.

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  • 27.01.2012 at 13:45
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    Just wanted to mention that company is no longer in business so that phone number and website isn’t good anymore as far as I know.

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