Strike Industries Releases NEW Stamped Dust Cover for AR-15

Nic L
by Nic L
Strike Industries Releases NEW Stamped Dust Cover for AR-15

Firearms are not unique in their contentious relationship with dust and dirt. Any machine that gets foreign material in its operating system is bound to fail eventually. When it comes to your rifle, however, being on the wrong side of that relationship could lead to much more tragic results. Thankfully, we have a little help when running an AR-15. Dust covers are a small but important part, and now Strike Industries has given you a new, stronger option. If you prefer metal to polymer, take a look at the new Strike Industries Stamped Dust Cover.

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Strike Industries Releases NEW Stamped Dust Cover for AR-15

The Strike Industries Stamped Dust Cover for AR-15 is a perfect fusion of classic Mil-Spec design and contemporary SI style. The popular first-in-market innovation Quick Detach (QD) SI Ultimate Dust Cover (UDC) is now crafted from durable stamped steel for superior protection.

Strike Industries Releases NEW Stamped Dust Cover for AR-15

If you’re familiar with Strike’s polymer dust cover, then you know about their easy install, which requires no tools. To make it even easier, the Stamped Dust Cover comes to you pre-assembled. Installation is listed as taking only five to ten seconds. While it will work on most AR-15 rifles and pistols, check the Strike Industries website for compatibility.

Strike Industries Releases NEW Stamped Dust Cover for AR-15


  • Length: 3.35″
  • Width: 0.88″
  • Height: 0.34″
  • Weight: 0.6 oz
  • Price: $18.95

If you want to grab some of these for your next AR build or to upgrade an old one, head over to the Strike Industries website to order. For more information and product announcements directly from Strike, find them on social media. Strike Industries can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Threads, and YouTube.

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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  • TDog TDog on Aug 15, 2023

    Not a bad little accessory if you're into that sort of thing.

  • MediumSizeTex MediumSizeTex on Aug 16, 2023

    Ah, branded merchandise-- so you can pay a company for the privilege of doing their advertising for them!


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    • EndDClies EndDClies on Aug 19, 2023

      @MediumSizeTex Look at all of the idiots driving around with stickers on their vehicles advertising products. The manufacturers are smart. They get their customers to pay for a product and pay for the included advertising sticker. The customers put the stickers on their own vehicles, thus advertising the product. Instead of the manufacturers paying for advertising, the customers pay the manufacturers to advertise for them. The manufacturers are smart and the consumers are not.