• Keeps AirTag safely inside this secure holder
  • Track the location of your weapon if lost
  • Full enclosed coverage of AirTag
  • Included security tool required for installation and removal
  • Mounts directly to 1913 Picatinny interface
  • Ease of installation
  • Lightweight and high-strength polymer


  • Material: Polymer
  • Finish: Black
  • Length: 1.8"
  • Width: 1.43"
  • Height: 0.71"
  • Weight: 0.76 oz.


  • 1913 Picatinny rail

*Depending on the tolerances/width of the Picatinny rail Strike AirTag Holder is mounted on, there can be a slight gap in the middle due to the clamshell design.


  • 1x Strike AirTag Holder (male side)
  • 1x Strike AirTag Holder (female side)
  • 1x Security Set Screw
  • 1x Nut [M5 Hex]
  • 1x Security Set Screw Tool

NOTE: Apple AirTag not included

Strike AirTag Holder (Picatinny)


Air Tags can be a very effective and convenient way to keep track of your valuables. Though many people use them for their keys, wallets, and backpacks, you can also place an air tag on your rifle to ensure you can easily find it if it gets lost.

With the Strike Industries AirTag Holder, you can securely mount an AirTag on your rifle. This AirTag holder can be mounted on any Picatinny rail, and it completely encloses your AirTag, keeping it safe and out of sight.

The Strike Industries AirTag Holder is made from extremely durable polymer and comes with a security tool required for installation and removal so that no one except you can remove the AirTag from your rifle.

This small attachment is perfect for your range guns or hunting rifles. It can help you keep track of them and make them easier to find if they are stolen or lost.


*DISCLAIMER: "AirTag” is a federally registered trademarks of Apple Inc. and are one of many trademarks owned by Apple Inc. Neither Strike Industries Inc nor this site are affiliated in any manner with, or otherwise endorsed by, Apple Inc. The use of "AirTag" on this page is merely to advertise the sale of Apple Inc, or components. For additional genuine Apple Inc. and parts visit

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