LEGAL NOTICE

Knight Technical Solutions (KTS) shall not be responsible for injury, death, or damage to property resulting from either intentional or accidental discharge of this firearm, or from its function when used for purposes or subjected to treatment for which it was not designed. KTS will not honor claims involving this firearm, which result from careless or improper handling, unauthorized adjustment or parts replacement, corrosion, neglect, or the use of wrong caliber ammunition, or the use of ammunition other than high quality commercially manufactured ammunition in good condition, or any combination thereof. KTS will not honor claims involving this firearm for any reason or cause when such claims are made by the second or subsequent owner.

Pauldron AR BUFFER ASSEMBLY & CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Installation

Pauldron Buffers are simple replacements for factory buffers.  The spring stacks are pre-assembled, greased and ready for immediate use.  To install, follow your firearm manual’s standard tear down process for stripping and replacing the buffer.

Care and Maintenance

The Pauldron Buffer elements come pre-lubricated.  Additional lubrication may be required after heavy use and is also recommended as part a of firearm’s annual maintenance plan. We recommend usage one of the following greases depending on your firearm and shooting environment:

First choice: High Pressure Graphite Grease (preferably synthetic) such as:

    • Sta-lube Moly-Graph Grease
    • Bostik Graphite High Temperature Grease

Second choice: High Pressure Lithium Grease such as:

    • Aeroshell 33
    • Mil-Comm MC1210

NOTE: Graphite grease helps with the shock impact of the spring faces hitting each other but is less effective in the cold weather. Lithium grease is better for cold weather but will change the friction coefficient and make the springs stiffer.

WARNING: Any attempt to open or manipulate the springs will void the warranty.

WARNING: Do not alter parts as this may result in the premature wearing of parts or reduce the level of safety, causing the firearm to malfunction. A malfunction can result in an accidental discharge, which could cause serious injury, death or damage to property. If any parts do not function properly, have your firearm examined by a competent gunsmith or returned the manufacturer for service.

Pauldron Synthetic Stock Kit Assembly & Care Instructions

Installation

Pauldron Stock Inserts are simple to install into hollow rifle stocks.  The spring stacks are pre-assembled, greased and ready for immediate use. 

Do not start the installation process until you have gathered all required tools and ready the gun manufacturers direction for removing the butt pad.
Tools Required: Many gun manufacturers use #2 Philips head for their butt pad, but others may use different fasteners. Please inspect the screw head on the gun to make sure you have the proper tool(s) to remove the butt pad.
Pauldron required tools:
T10 torx for Pauldron system
3/32 hex for butt pad installation, using the screws provided in the package.
  1. Ensure the gun is unloaded and safe to handle.
  2. Inspect the factory butt pad and remove the screws using the proper tools as per manufacturers direction.
  3. Remove the factory butt pad assembly and remove any stock packaging materials from the butt stock in accordance with the firearms user manual.
  4. Inspect the butt stock cavity to make sure there is no obstructions or damages.
  5. Insert the Pauldron into the butt stock cavity, and make sure that Pauldron insert is bottomed out by checking for gaps between the Pauldron and Butt Stock rim.
  6. Insert a T10 TORX wrench through the holes in the back of the Pauldron and firmly tighten the two internal screws, which will secure Pauldron to the stock.
    (Note: Turn the screws clockwise until tight, avoid turning the screws counterclockwise as it may fall free within the insert)
  7. Test fit the factory butt pad on the Pauldron plate on the gun to make sure it fits snug on the plate.
  8. Place the butt pad screws with 3/32 hex head into the holes on the butt pad using a 3/32 HEX tool. Turn the screws clockwise until tight.
  9. Inspect the Pauldron in the gun to make sure it is secured firmly in the gun.
  10. Congratulations! Your Pauldron RRS is now ready for the range.
If you have any questions or concerns about Pauldron installation, please contact customer service by emailing Pauldron.Info@kts-hsv.com or call 256-489-7409

Care and Maintenance

The Pauldron Synthetic Stock Kit elements come pre-lubricated. 

WARNING: Any attempt to open or manipulate the springs will void the warranty.

WARNING: Do not alter parts as this may result in the premature wearing of parts or reduce the level of safety, causing the firearm to malfunction. A malfunction can result in an accidental discharge, which could cause serious injury, death or damage to property. If any parts do not function properly, have your firearm examined by a competent gunsmith or returned the manufacturer for service.

Pauldron Wooden Stock Kit Assembly & CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Installation

To assimilate the Pauldron Wooden Stock Kit with your wooden stock rife, you may need to request to have your rifle customized by a professional so that Pauldron can be inserted. At the time of purchase, please describe all aspects of your firearm so that our engineers can help you decide on the next best step.

Care and Maintenance

The Pauldron Wooden Stock Kit elements come pre-lubricated. 

WARNING: Any attempt to open or manipulate the springs will void the warranty.

WARNING: Do not alter parts as this may result in the premature wearing of parts or reduce the level of safety, causing the firearm to malfunction. A malfunction can result in an accidental discharge, which could cause serious injury, death or damage to property. If any parts do not function properly, have your firearm examined by a competent gunsmith or returned the manufacturer for service.

In the Case of Damages or Complaints

After purchasing your Pauldron, please save your Pauldron model and part number for reference so that we can better support you in the case of damages or complaints. 

Knight Technical Solutions (KTS) warrants its Pauldron Recoil Reduction System to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover products damaged or rendered defective due to accident, misuse, abuse, modification, water damage, neglect, reloading, improper handling or storage, or failure to follow instructions for use.

For more information regarding out warranty, please click here. 

About Knight Technical Solution (KTS)

Knight Technical Solution, LLC  is a veteran owned and operated company with a long history of service.  KTS was founded by two Retired Veterans with passions for applied Science and Technology disciplines in Huntsville, Alabama. KTS vision is to build a learning family business that is focused on meeting customers’ expectations and supporting our military and civilian communities. We are here to serve and to support our Warriors and Industries with innovative solutions. With over 50 years of experience, our mission is to improve  performance for a successful outcome. Learn More about KTS