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Don't miss this (Knoxx)

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by CaCrusin, Mar 3, 2006.

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  1. CaCrusin

    CaCrusin Member

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    This is the new Knoxx SpecOps Folder:

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    This is the new SpecOps NRS ($69.96):

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    and this is the amazing new Knoxx SpecOps Sniper Rifle Stock:

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    I thought you might be interested. Feedback?

    CaCrusin :cool:
     
  2. 50 Freak

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    FUGLY!!!!:evil: :evil: :evil:

    Good concept though.

    Sort of like sleeping with the ugly neighbor next door. Very convenient, and although she may be very "talented" in the sack. You really don't want your friends to see you hanging out with her.:evil: :evil:
     
  3. Fred Fuller

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    OK, I didn't miss it 8^).

    Don't care for folding stocks on shotguns, sorry. Not likely to change my mind there.

    And I have no delusions or illusions about myself as a sniper.

    BUT assuming the NRS stock is recoil absorbing/reducing, I would like to try one. Don't see it on the web page, when will it be available? I will be off tomorrow AM for a week, accompanying my dear wife on spring break, but will order one after we get back if it's possible.

    And FWIW, ugly is as ugly does.

    lpl/nc (resident stick in the mud)
     
  4. Preacherman

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    No info on your Web site, so you'll have to provide some here. A few questions:

    1. Is the SpecOps folder simply the CopStock re-named?

    2. The SpecOps NRS - does that stand for "No Recoil System"? It doesn't look to have the recoil system in the pistol grip that the standard SpecOps stock has.

    3. When will your Web site be updated?

    Thanks for posting the pictures - nice to get an advance preview.
     
  5. LoadedDrum

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    Maybe I am missing something but doesn't the folder lose one of the SpecOps' dual recoil reducing mechanisms, essentially making it no better than the CopStock?

    Also, where is that bullpup kit you hinted at last year?
     
  6. LoadedDrum

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    I do like the rifle stock. Is it going to be available for a Savage LE series model?
     
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    Hm, on the rifle stock, what models will it fit?
     
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    Hey, if you want to make a mint, start selling your 12 gauge drum bodies + springs/followers but without the bit that attaches to the receiver. Instead, leave an extra inch of rectangular plastic that can be cut down to whatever size the buyer wants. Also, start making sizes bigger than 10 rds. Think 20-30 rds.

    This would be a huge boon to the USAS 12 and other semiauto shotgun people who have plenty of low cap mags and would gladly chop off the bottom and affix it to your drum bodies.
     
  9. owenbright

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    Knoxx's homepage says it's $130. Why does it say $70 on your post?
    May be I missed something?
    Thanks.
     
  10. 1911JMB

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    To repeat what has already been said, I too hope that knoxx starts making drum kits for semi auto's, as well as some bigger drums. As for my opinions on the new stock, my theory is, if its not broken, don't fix it. The only person who needs a folding stock is an assasin or paratrooper or something. But don't think I'm against you "Tacticool" geeks having them. If you like wasting your money in the form of supporting a gun company, thats fine by me.
     
  11. CaCrusin

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    The NRS is $70. The SpecOps with Recoil surpression is $130.

    Thanks for the constructive feedback. We sell the folding stocks to LE agencies for use on motorcycles and for their undercover cars where space is at a premium. We also sell them to those who like them. Need is rarely an issue in our society, as most of us have our needs met or exceeded, if my waistline is any indication. The fun aspect is a major factor and since there isn't the harsh recoil normally associated with folding stocks, it is fun to shoot them.

    As to higher capacity drums or converting them to fit Saiga's or some other shotgun...that will not happen for a host of excellent reasons.

    Thanks again.

    CaCrusin :cool:
     
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    I have the The SpecOps with Recoil surpression on my Remington Marine Magnum. I love it. Its my main homeland security gun. The Recoil surpression is nice for the wife too.
     
  13. crucible

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    Lee, I have a SpecOps on my 870; it works very well indeed making slugs even of the magnum variety fun to shoot (yes I said fun...even if a portion of that fun is holycrapwhyisntmyshoulderfallingoff fun). 2 1/4 and various buckshot are downright grinning fun, all day long. I suspect it reduced felt recoil by 50-70%...maybe even better.

    It's not the prettiest of things, and I have a few gripes including the slick pistol grip that shouldn't be for the money, casting marks on the steel portion of the assembly, and the fact that I had to give up my beloved 3 point sling. But make no mistake, it works as advertised or better. (If you were in the DC/northern Virginia area, I'd be more than happy to let you try it.)

    Chris
     
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    "The NRS is $70. The SpecOps with Recoil surpression is $130."

    I caught that after browsing through your website :D
    Thanks.
     
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    CaCrusin,
    Could you tell me the difference between the Specops Folder and the CopStock?
    What is the LOP on the Folder? When will the Specops Folder be available?
    Thank you.
     
  16. CaCrusin

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    Both models use the same mechanism for recoil reduction. We are standardizing our product line so that all products are based on the same platform, the SpecOps. It is more modern and sleek looking. The COPstock will eventually be replaced by the SpecOps Folder. Both units do an excellent job of reducing recoil. The SpecOps Folder should ship in May.

    CaCrusin :cool:
     
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    Will your 870 accessories fit on a 20ga Express? If not are there any plans to make accessories that do. The website isn't really clear on that part.
     
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    Knoxx makes a great product. I have the SpecOps on my 870 and it is amazing. I feel more recoil in the forend than at the stock. This has given my wife confidence that she can handle the firearm - job #1 in HD.
     
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    Don't think it'd make my bird guns handle too well. :scrutiny:
     
  20. PaladinVC

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    That rifle stock looks like science!
     
  21. CaCrusin

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    The SpecOps for 20-gauge 870s and the 7600, 7615 and 7400 rifles will be out in about 60 days.

    CaCrusin :cool:
     
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    When are you guys going to make a youth sized comp stock for the 870? I've got a SpecOps, but I'm actually slower with it than I am with a Hogue Youth Stock.
     
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    Cool, my wife thanks you.
     
  25. Norton

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    :scrutiny: Personally I'm neither and assassin nor a paratrooper, however I do have a Mossberg 500 that I take to my mountain land in the back of an over-packed Jeep. If this thing can save me another 6 inches of space I'll be glad to put one on my gun.
     
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