NEW Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter From Strike Industries

    AR Picatinny

    There are so many folding stocks and stabilizers that I would love to try. Unfortunately, all of my ARs have a pesky buffer tube. If you don’t have this problem, you might want to try a few out yourself. For this, a Picatinny adapter will allow you to change between several options for different purposes. Strike Industries has now introduced the Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter. Available in three colors, this adapter pairs with your self-contained AR upper to give you access to all of the folding stocks and braces you can dream of.

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    AR Picatinny

    The Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter gives the user the ability to mount a 1913 Picatinny interface stock/stabilizer assembly where normally the receiver extension is attached. For ARs that do not need an in-line buffer and buffer spring to function, this is a simple, fast and budget friendly conversion that works on both AR-15 and AR-10 lower receivers.

    The NEW Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter

    AR Picatinny

    The Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter is meant to give you the option of running a stock or stabilizer on your bufferless AR. It threads into any standard AR rear with 1 3/16″-16 HSS right-hand threads. The adapter features an anti-loosening detent to keep the rear takedown pin detent spring captured. Users are afforded four slots of Picatinny rail, and also included is a 360° free swivel QD socket. This QD socket can be switched between the left and right sides according to user preference. These are available in three colors: Black, Red, and FDE.

    AR Picatinny


    • Length: 2.05″
    • Width: 1.42″
    • Height: 0.94″
    • Height with 1 3/16″-16 HSS threads: 1.21″
    • Weight: 3.0 oz
    • MSRP: $51.95 – $53.95

    AR Picatinny

    If you’re interested in learning more or even grabbing one of these for yourself, take a trip to the Strike Industries website. Get more content and news directly from Strike by following along on social media. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Keep building!

    Nic L

    Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.