Sneak Peek: Strike Industries AR-15 Magazine and a New Muzzle Device

    Strike Industries has shown on their Facebook page first pictures of a couple of new products. One is a new AR-15 magazine and the second one is a muzzle device called “Oppressor”. There is very little information available on both products. Here is what I could find:

    The AR-15 Magazine

    Strike Industries Magazine

    Strike Industries released this picture recently and the only thing that is known about it is that the magazine is still in the development process. From what we can see on the picture it is a polymer magazine. The dimples on the floorplate and side of the magazine are presumably a dot matrix for marking the magazine. The red triangle with SI logo must be the magazine disassembly button. According to Strike Industries, the magazine is in works, but there is no release data available yet.

    The Oppressor

    Strike Industries Oppressor

    Several months ago Strike Industries released a video showing the first prototype of their Oppressor muzzle blast and concussion reduction device. However, those in the picture are significantly different from what they showed earlier. The Oppressor mounts directly on SI muzzle brakes and flash hiders using their lug attachment system. SI-Oppressor is also a quick detach device. It is compatible with the following SI muzzle devices: King, Triple Crown, Checkmate, new J-Comp v2 and Venom Flash Hiders. They’ll release a video about this product soon.

     

    As always, Strike Industries comes with a bunch of new offerings. Let’s wait until SHOT Show 2017 to learn more about these new products.

    Hrachya H

    Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying design, technology and history of guns and ammunition. His knowledge of Russian allows him to translate and make Russian/Soviet/Combloc small arms related information available for the English speaking audience. Hrachya also writes for SilahReport.com
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