I’ve not seen much on the forum regarding the Falcon Strike, only one thread I found regarding how to install it on a particular gun. I guess this could go under Gun Smithing Related topics but to me the greater news is on the impact on comfort and improved accuracy during shooting. So, here it is!
In June of 2020 I learned about the Falcon Strike System and the description on their website make sense to me so I figured for $150 I’d give It a try. I shoot a K-80 and wasn’t really having any issues with discomfort from “perceived recoil” while using the currently available “gummy” recoil pads. But, if there’s an opportunity to improve I’m all for it.
Here’s my impression after 10,000 rounds, some in competition and some just practice is that even though I didn’t think I was feeling any recoil with the “gummies”, once I shot the Falcon Strike I could tell a difference. And, the real advantage I’ve experienced is less fatigue over a long day of shooting and improved ability to stay on the gun when going from the first target to the second when shooting doubles. I think the greatest advantage would be for those prone to flinching, those that aren’t as young as they use to be, and youth shooters who might be impacted by recoil.
I have several friends who have gotten Falcon Strikes and I’ve been well pleased with the quality and service. The inventor and founder of the company has always made himself available to answer questions and offer suggestions. I’m happy to answer any questions.