Hydraulic Custom-Fit Recoil Pad


Shoot with More Comfort,
Accuracy and Endurance

Most shooters struggle with the punishing effects of recoil, so we’ve created a hydraulic recoil pad that utilizes dampening technology borrowed from the aerospace industry that dramatically reduces recoil:  80% Less Recoil Energy, 35% Less Muzzle Lift, 25% Less Peak Force, 35% Less Rock Back to give shooters greater accuracy, less flinching and more time shooting. No grinding necessary!

Weight: 5.5 – 6 Ounces
Width (LOP): 1 3/16
Height: Varies

FalconStrike mounts quickly and easily to your Shot­gun or Hunting Rifle’s buttstock with only two screws.

Only $219.99
Step 1: Select your gun manufacturer (or measurements) or find the correct size from our custom templates here.
Step 2: Select your model. We will suggest the right template. Then add to cart for checkout.

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Model #5202 / L 4.64" x W 1.73" (mm x mm)

Measurement Instructions:


Recoil Pad Template Install FalconStrikeTo find the correct size for your Hunting Rifle or Shotgun. Remove your current buttstock pad and measure using inches or millimeters. Measure with your ruler—top to bottom and left to right. Enter the dimensions (L) Length and (W) Width under the Measurement Tab and we will suggest the correct size.


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4.76 out of 5 stars

21 reviews

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3 reviews with a 4-star rating

  1. Marc

    4 out of 5

    Marc (verified owner)

    Does as advertised, made a day of trap shooting much more tolerable. It will add length, if you plan on mounting to an adjustable butt plate you will have to cut your stock down a tad more than a standard pad. I had no problems mounting to the adjustable buttplate, but I did have to cut down the screws that fasten the falcon strike plate to the adjustable plate (most hardware that come with them are longer than needed for attaching through- the-pad screws). No modification to the falconstrike was needed. I had one clamp that is considerably harder to lock down than the other, although seems secure, I am a tad worried the locking system can loosen if taken on and off several times, I noticed a decent amount of wear just from taking on and off to fit to the adjustable buttplate on the locking tabs. I am a high volume trap shooter, once I get everything adjusted to where I need it I wont have to take it off anymore. A hunter or a casual target shooter shouldn’t have to worry…set it and forget it.

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  2. David L.

    4 out of 5 Reduction in push back and muzzle lift

    David L.

    Here is a picture of your recoil pad on my Savage slug gun. Looks good I think. I shot the gun this morning and I can tell a reduction in push back and muzzle lift especially. Thanks for an innovative product. I may need another one in the future.

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    4 out of 5 Ruger M77 African model 375 H&H

    GENE CALEB GREINER (verified owner)

    Not another recoil pad . original design that merits a good review . Installation is straight forward , I did go on line to find instructions that were more to my liking . I deducted a point because the base plate and pad were about 1/4 ” to long . I was careful to order as per the part number for my rifle however I suspect that this rifle has a slight variant than a standard M77 . This rifle was manufactured the late 1980’s and has very nice euorpean walnut and hand cut checkering . I was able to hide the over size by the use of a aftermarket check riser . Over all I am pleased . the next step will be to see how the recoil is mitigated.

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