• Ridged front face that allows shooter to brace the rifle against any barricade
  • The Cobra “hood" acts like a heat shield that will protect you hand from heat
  • Rear portion of the Cobra Grip can function as a hand stop
  • Lightweight and ergonomic
  • Available in Black and Flat Dark Earth finish!
  • All mounting hardware included


  • Material: Polymer
  • Weight: 1.4 oz.
  • Length: 4.19"


  • All 1913 Picatinny rails


Strike Industries Cobra Tactical Fore Grip



If you’re looking for a foregrip that’s sturdy and strong, consider the Strike Industries Cobra Tactical Foregrip. As with all other products designed by Strike, this foregrip is designed by shooters for shooters and was field-tested before being released to the public.

This innovative grip was created using feedback from combat veterans. Made from super-durable advanced polymer, the Cobra is designed to withstand even the most severe stress. The ridged front face of this foregrip enables you to brace your rifle against a vertical surface and will keep the rifle from slipping from the recoil.

The “hood” of the Cobra serves as a heat shield to protect your hand from muzzle blast-generated heat, while the rear portion can be used as a handstop. The low-profile design helps to keep the weight to a minimum.

The Strike Industries Cobra Tactical Foregrip features a friction lock design that allows it to grip the rail system firmly. You won’t need to worry that this grip will come loose during long hours of use. The Cobra is ergonomically designed and can accommodate hands of all sizes. This angled grip is perfect if you’re looking for something that fits your budget without being cheaply made.

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Reviews (8)

  • Foregrip

    Posted by Wilfred Rivera on 12th May 2021

    Purchased this item for my wife's AR and it looks and feels great. I will definitely buy again from this company.


    Posted by Stan J. Dominick on 6th Jan 2021

    I use this Foregrip on another weapon I own and it provides comfort and stability when firning ones weapon.

  • SI AFG

    Posted by George on 6th Oct 2019

    The AFG it self is perfect in everyway as far as I am concerned. Its the bolt that is used to secure it in the rail that is the problem. The entire bolt is threaded, which will mar the rail section. Also, being that the bolt is completely round as well, there is very little contact surface between the bolt and rail section. I would and do recommend this AFG, but bear in mind that the bolt is threaded in the area where it meets up with rail section and can cause marring. it did so on my quad rail. I replace the bolt with one from a scope ring I am not currently using. That bolt is only threaded at the end so the threads never come into contact with rail section.

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