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 give shooters greater accuracy, less flinching, more time shooting and dramatically reduces the effects of recoil:

  • 80% Less Recoil Energy
  • 35% Less Muzzle Lift
  • 25% Less Peak Force
  • 35% Less Rock Back


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


Only $179.99 + Free Shipping!
How to find your size: 

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 butt stock 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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2 reviews with a 3-star rating

  1. Ron Fastrup

    3 out of 5 Too thick

    Ron Fastrup (verified owner)

    Overall I like this products function and design. It fit perfectly and was easy to install. My only concern, and I was concerned when I ordered mine was the added L.O.P. I am very reluctant to cut the stock of my 725 with adjustable comb and not be able to reshape this pad. I have tried shooting targets with it this winter with my winter shooting coat and had to switch back to the factory pad to be competitive. I will try it again this summer with just my vest. I hope it will be usable. Martin was easy to work with and was very helpful with shortening the comb adjusting screw. I feel this is a reputable company and they want to please their customers. Also the extra weight of the mounting system changed the balance and feel of the shotgun that I could maybe get used to but if there was a thinner pad I would rate it higher.

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    • Joe Rabena, Gunsmith (verified owner)

      It seems a shame to forfeit the potential gain of reduced recoil because you did not want to cut your stock. Visit a reputable dealer and learn how little you would need to cut to achieve the same length of pull with a thicker pad.

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  2. One person found this helpful
    Fred Mason

    3 out of 5 Slightly better than a slip on pad?

    Fred Mason (verified owner)

    80% Less Recoil Energy, 35% Less Muzzle Lift, 25% Less Peak Force, 35% Less Rock Back was not found on my 416 Rigby The Rock Back is the same as with the slip on pad I had before. 25% Less Peak Force is perhaps been achieved? Muzzle Lift is the same as before. Maybe 50% Less Recoil Energy but 80% should make it all but disappear? It looks a lot better than than the old slip on pad. However at least with my 416 Rigby the results in felt recoil are far below your stated numbers.

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