GoWild’s new partner doesn’t pack a punch or kick it up a notch.
In fact, it barely kicks at all.
FalconStrike’s product is a hydraulic recoil pad designed to significantly dampen recoil and allow shooters to practice and hunt with much more comfort. The innovative company has chosen GoWild as a partner in its digital and influencer marketing to reach a rapidly expanding network of shooters and hunters.
“It was clear to our team that GoWild’s platform was one we wanted to be involved with early,” said Martin Gaudet, President of FalconStrike. “This is a community of people who are not only passionate about their craft, but they’re here to get better. It pairs perfectly with our enthusiasm for the shooting sports.”
Most shooters struggle with the punishing effects of recoil, so FalconStrike created a hydraulic recoil pad that utilizes dampening technology borrowed from the aerospace industry that dramatically reduces recoil to give shooters greater accuracy, less flinching and more endurance.
FalconStrike utilizes patented technology borrowed from the aerospace industry—which converts recoil energy (up to 80 percent) into heat—that is then absorbed and distributed evenly in your shoulder. FalconStrike is an easy install for shotguns, hunting and long range rifles, utilizing only two screws.
“GoWild was created to show people how fun fishing, hunting and shooting can be,” said GoWild Cofounder, CEO, Brad Luttrell. “Partnering with FalconStrike exposes our community members to a product that helps you enjoy shooting with less recoil. That means more time shooting, faster follow up shots and less flinching, which will definitely improve accuracy.”
FalconStrike will be added to GoWild Gearbox, a robust social ecommerce network with more than 325,000 products ingested since inception in November 2019.
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