Strike Industries Introduces Strike Stacked Angled Grip In FDE

Nic L
by Nic L
Strike Industries Introduces Strike Stacked Angled Grip In FDE

When it comes to vertical grips, most people that I know will buy a longer grip and cut it down. The Strike Stacked Angled Grip turns that process around, allowing you to build the length you want from a base unit. Now, the Stacked Grip that you love in black is available in flat dark earth, and includes Strike’s cable management system.

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Strike Industries Introduces Strike Stacked Angled Grip In FDE

The Strike Stacked Angled Grip with Cable Management System® is a modular rail attachment that allows the user to adjust the preferred length when paired with the optional Strike Stacked Angled Grip Extension (sold separately). With the stackable Extension pieces, the shooter can apply different grip techniques to adapt to various scenarios or sized hands.

Strike Industries Introduces Strike Stacked Angled Grip In FDE

Strike Industries Introduces Strike Stacked Angled Grip In FDE

The Strike Stacked Angled Grip, available now in both black and flat dark earth, begins with the base unit. At $24.95, the base gives you a stubby vertical grip, as well as Strike’s multi-configuration cable management system. If you run a light and don’t like being stabbed by cut cable ties, this can be helpful. If you require more length on your VFG, extensions come in packs of two and run $13.95. The grip attaches directly to M-LOK handguards and sits at an 86-degree angle. The Strike Stacked Angled Grip also features texture on the front and rear for added grip when going fast or working around barricades.

SPECS (base)

  • Length: 1.41″
  • Width: 1.56″
  • Height: 1.81″
  • Weight: 1.16 oz
  • Price: $24.95

SPECS (extension)

  • Length: 1.91″
  • Width: 1.56″
  • Height: 1.81″
  • Weight: 1.06 oz
  • Price: $13.95
Strike Industries Introduces Strike Stacked Angled Grip In FDE

If you’d like to try one out, you can pick these up on the Strike Industries website. Be sure to follow along with Strike Industries on their social media pages. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. Grip it and rip it!

Nic L
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. @the_brutal_rooster

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  • Social_Artifice Social_Artifice on Mar 14, 2023

    They are chinesium but darn if they don't put out nice cheap functional products like this.

    Magpul and the like could take a page out of their book.

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    • ChinaTactical ChinaTactical on Mar 16, 2023

      @Elleywho Akbar Tell that to Wiki

  • Zundfolge Zundfolge on Mar 14, 2023

    Its nifty and all, but its a vertical grip, not an angled one.

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    • Zundfolge Zundfolge on Mar 16, 2023

      @Jeff Well also we tend to use "Angled" grips on AR pistols to avoid turning them into an AOW (which an actual vertical grip would do) so its more than just confusing.

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