New NATO Dummy Round Set from Strike Industries

Strike Industries continues to surprise me with the ever-broadening spectrum of products it continues to offer. This time they’ve got something both fun and practical – NATO Dummy Rounds. A practical solution for dry fire practice, safety education, or even as a unique keychain accessory. These dummy rounds provide a subtle yet effective reminder of the major calibers favored by NATO forces.

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NEW Strike Industries P365 Enhanced Grip Module Now Available

If you’re not a fan of your original SIG Sauer P365 grip module and are looking for something affordable and fresh, Strike Industries is excited to announce the pre-order availability of their new P365 Enhanced Grip Module. Available in a variety of colors, the polymer grip module also includes several comfort and utility enhancements including a larger trigger undercut, added accessory rail, and a beveled and flared magazine well.

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Tripod For the Quad Rail: The New Strike Picatinny to ARCA Adapter

It’s time to put your quad rail back in the fight – or probably just back in the hunt with the new Strike Picatinny to ARCA adapter. This handy inexpensive adapter quickly, easily, and reversibly takes your standard Picatinny rail section and adapts it to interface with the standard ARCA Swiss quick-release system commonly found on tripods. Tripod shooting is not only quite popular these days for precision shooting sports, but for some people, it also happens to be a much more comfortable position to shoot from.

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[SHOT 2024] Strike Industries Next Generation Squad Weapon Cable Management System

Strike Industries, a major player in the firearms accessories sector, turned heads at SHOT 2024 with their newly released cable management system specifically designed for Next Generation Squad Weapons (NGSW). The system is designed to allow thread through and conceal the cables by rail-mounted accessories such as rail covers, grips, and attachment points.  This state-of-the-art system, which has performed favorably in military trials, earned commendations for its innovative design which prevents damage to and snagging of critical cords.

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Strike Industries Cable Management System Chosen for Army NGSW

Strike Industries is a prolific manufacturer of firearms parts and accessories. This Las Vegas-based company’s product catalog spans a huge array of components for ARs, AKs, CZ Scorpions, a variety of handguns, several shotguns, optics mounts, modular pistol chassis, and much more. One particular product category they’re proud of is their Cable Management System. With the significant proliferation of wired gun accessories like weapon lights and infrared laser aiming devices used with night vision, more shooters than ever have cables running across their handguards. Since plenty of buyers would prefer a more elegant solution to this issue than the old-school methods of tape or Ranger bands, quite a few companies have come out with cable management attachments that affix to Picatinny or M-LOK rails. However, it has now been announced that the SI version will be the one that the US Army has chosen for its NGSW program. Get more details in the press release copied below.

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TFB Review: Strike Industries G19 LITESLIDE Assembly

Every year, I find myself having the same conversation with myself. Is it time to stray from Glocks? I’ve tried a few handguns that I can see replacing the system of pistols, mags, holsters, and bags. Then, like clockwork, something happens that sends me right back into Gaston’s embrace. This time, it was the article I wrote where I compared a factory Glock 19 to a parts build. For the parts build, the slide and all of its parts came from Strike Industries. Though I work with Strike often, I can admit that I appreciate their ability to innovate and produce, but not every part is a winner. I was quick to write off their LITESLIDE but ended up loving it so much that I used it to replace my factory slide. I know I gave away my opinion early, but if you’re still with me, let’s spend some time getting to know this Strike Industries LITESLIDE assembly.  

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NEW Strike Industries SMC BRAVO Chassis For SIG P320 Pistols

Strike Industries has just unveiled their new SMC BRAVO Chassis for SIG P320 pistols, which allows much more modularity than a stock pistol. For those not familiar with the SIG P320 pistol series, a major design feature is that the serialized Fire Control Unit (FCU) allows the trigger group to be swapped into various grip moduals and used with various sized slides as well. The SMC BRAVO Chassis is the second such offering from Strike Industries, with the ALPHA being the first. However, the BRAVO is described as being the “lite” version, which will normally be listed at $129.95 compared the ALPHA which was released last year for $549.95. You can read Strike Industries’ description and features below.

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The New Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter

Strike Industries is always at the forefront of providing their customers with innovative ways of making their guns more useful for them. The KRISS Vector pistol is one of those rigs that while compact, has limited use without a solid and stable platform to shoot from. Strike Industries is proud to introduce the new Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter which will allow you to use either a pistol stabilizing brace or a standard rifle stock if you’ve converted your KRISS SDP to an SBR.

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Better than Tape? Strike Industries New Strike Optic Cover for Red Dots

Occluded shooting is a method of target acquisition practiced mostly among sport shooters, but was developed much earlier for the same purpose – rapid target acquisition while maintaining target-focused rather than dot or sight-focused. A big problem that a lot of shooters, even seasoned ones have when switching from shooting irons to red dots is that it is all too easy to get sucked into the dot and become entirely focused on that rather than on your target. This is where occluded shooting comes in and why Strike Industries has bothered to give you an option rather than tape to slap onto your red dot to practice – the Strike Optic Cover for the Holosun 407/507 and Trijicon SRO.

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Strike Industries AK Multi-Angle Pistol Grip

Strike Industries have released the AK version of their Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG). Like its AR counterpart, the new Strike Industries AK Multi-Angle Pistol Grip is adjustable allowing to have a grip angle from 10 to 35 degrees. Let’s take a closer look.

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New Strike Polymer Backup Sights With Tool-less Adjustments

Strike Industries is excited to share the latest addition to its rapidly expanding line of aftermarket AR components. The new Strike Polymer Backup Sights are a lightweight and affordable backup sighting option to pair with your rifle’s optic just in case of power loss or damage that would render it inoperable. These new backup iron sights have a number of neat features that make them a bit more practical and more durable than your typical standard polymer backup iron sight.

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Strike Industries NEW AR-10 Extended Pivot and Takedown Pins

Some rifles need to be wet to run well, while others enjoy a good, carbon-soaked beating. No matter how well any particular firearm can fight through grime, they all need maintenece at some point. In this regard, AR-pattered rifles do a great job of making field stripping a breeze. Pop the pins and pivot, or separate both halves completely. Not all small parts are created equally, however, and those looking to upgrade their AR-10 pins now have a new option from Strike Industries. These are the new AR-10 Extended Pivot and Takedown pins.

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Strike Industries on Your Wrist: The Strike Band for Apple Watch

I don’t know if I’m a traditionalist or a Luddite, but the smartwatch trend missed me. However, my wife and almost everyone I know have one. The Apple Watch is by far one of the most popular. Apple is known for its signature slick and clean aesthetic, but that can sometimes leave something to be desired. The factory bands are pretty boring, and most aftermarket bands are the same, just in different colors. Strike Industries has decided to add its own signature aesthetic. Take a look at the new Strike Band.

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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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The Strike Industries Stacked Angled Grip Goes Picatinny

The advances in technology for accessories mean nothing without a solid platform on which to mount them. While high-end thin handguards can be plenty strong, some people still prefer the tank-ish quad rails of old. As someone who just ditched mine earlier this year, I get it. If you have a quad and also enjoy the use of an angled foregrip, here’s an option just for you. Strike Industries has made their Strike Stacked Angled Grip with Cable Management System compatible with Picatinny rails.

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