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HABU® Mod 1 and Mod 2 simply racks like your pistol slide! Take your non-trigger/ off hand, over the top and in one motion rack HABU® to the rear and release.

If you are not completely satisfied with your HABU® you may return it to the place of purchase for a full refund or exchange.

All returns must include the original receipt. We do our best to process same day returns, refunds, and exchanges but it may take up to 1 week, not including transit times.

It is recommended that you return merchandise with a carrier that offers tracking numbers and full value insurance on the parcels. Falcon 37 Inc. cannot be responsible for any packages that are lost while being shipped to us. Please note, that USPS Priority mail does not offer tracking capabilities on packages, and they will only initiate a trace on packages after a 30-day waiting period. 

NOTE: Shipping charges and/or shipping costs are not subject to refunds.

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Falcon 37 designed HABU® Mods 1 and 2 to operate on as many of the currently used stocks as possible but we had to draw the line somewhere. While these are good stocks, HABU® is not fully compatible with these stocks without modifications.

Daniel Defense stocks with rubberized siding.

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Hogue stocks with rubberized over mold

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Maxim CQB stock

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In this photo of the CQB stock fully collapsed, the arrow points to the location where if the stock was fully extended to the rear, HABU® might cause a short stroke. HABU® works well in the other 3 positions.

HABU® Mod 2 for 7.62 x 51mm is available now on our site under the Shop tab.

Yes, it’s been tested in over 30 different upper receivers during development. It worked in all of them including a Noveske after a slight design change.

HABU® Mod 1 will operate wet, muddy or bloody. The serrations cut into the polymer permit a much better grip. The shooter has more torque when charging or clearing jams.

The following is a quote from Bill Rogers of the Rogers Shooting School in Ellijay, GA: 

“I taught a rifle class last week and used the charging handle every day.  It worked quite well.  I had a serious jam caused by an oversized neck of a case that I was able to clear using the “mortar” clearing technique.  The HABU handle offered a great grip to clear the malfunction.  Much better than the conventional charging handle.”

Yes! While demonstrating a HABU® prototype to the US Marines Marksmanship Team, one Sergeant “shotgunned” the rifle which was unusually heavy to begin with and pressed HABU® down on the table while it supported the entire rifle hanging off the table. While we do not recommend trying this with yours, HABU® will not let you down in tough conditions.

It is built with 7075 Mil Spec, hard coat anodized Aluminum that extends all the way to the rear of HABU® much like a full tang knife. The gripping/cheek rest surface is made from 80/18 glass polymer which is the same material as the Glock pistol.