MPN: SI-AR-CMAG-RAIL-L / SI-AR-CMAG-RAIL-S
- 86° grip angle
- Built-in Cable Management System® w/ excess wire storage (patent pending)
- Forward angle provides more of a natural wrist angle and increased rigidity of forearm
- Built-in stability when L-shaped bottom is placed on a table edge/corner or as a barricade stop
- Low-profile design to minimize snags (Short)
- Textured palm and finger areas with flat sides for better weapon manipulation control
- Made from durable and lightweight polymer
- Fits all 1913 Picatinny rails
- Material: Polymer
- Finish: Black or Flat Dark Earth
- Long: 2 oz.
- Short: 1.7 oz.
- Long: 3.6"
- Short: 2.5"
- Width: 1.37"
- Long: 2"
- Short: 1.75"
- All 1913 Picatinny Rails
- 1x Angled Vertical Grip (long or short)
- 2x M5x30mm Screws
- 2x Hex Nuts
- 1x Allen Key
- 1x Loctite Threadlocker Blue 242
The Strike Industries Angled Vertical Grip is ideal for shooters with flashlight cables and tactical gear to manage their AR-15s.
Revolutionary Organization for Maintaining a Low Profile Set Up
The Strike Industries Angled Vertical Grip helps you keep tactical gear and cables organized in a revolutionary way that utilizes existing space. Strike's SI Cable Management System® (patent pending) employs the grip cavity to offer you the ability to store wires and cables inside.
This design eliminates having to use cable ties, tape, rubber bands, or other items to affix wires and cables on your AR-15. By having a bulky bunch of cables on your weapon, your defense readiness is negatively impacted; you must be careful not to catch the cables on things when using your weapon. Depending on where the cables are affixed, they can negatively impact sight alignment and grip.
Available in long and short versions, both made of lightweight yet durable polymer, you can create the ultimate low profile set up on your AR-15 with these grips.
Designed to Support Accuracy
The Strike Industries Angled Vertical Grip features an L-shaped bottom, which offers you more stability when placed on a sturdy flat surface such as a table edge or a fence. The flat sides of the grip are textured to support better handling. The grip is positioned at a forward angle of 86 degrees, which supports a comfortable wrist position. When all of these features are combined with practice and experience, you can achieve improved accuracy.