Strike Industries AR Pistol Stabilizer

Strike Industries AR Pistol Stabilizer

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  • No-compromise, feature-packed stabilizer at an affordable price point
  • Comfortable cheek-weld and stabilizing interface
  • Sleek, ultra-lightweight, and rock solid
  • Build-in sling loop and QD swivel mounting points

*Customer is responsible for being aware of their state’s laws regarding the use of this product. Modifying or redesigning the Stabilizer may be subject to NFA regulation and is not recommended..


  • Material: Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer
  • Finish: Black
  • Weight: 5.3 oz.
  • Length: 6.5"
  • Width: 1.53"
  • Inner Diameter: 1.25"


  • Strike Industries Slick buffer tubes (CARPRE / SPRE) and other pistol buffer tubes with a 1.25" outer diameter.


  • 1x Strike Industries AR Pistol Stabilizer
  • 1x Locking Set Screw (recommended torque value is 25 in. lbs. maximum)


Strike Indestries AR Pistol Stabilizer



Have you been wanting to try out an AR pistol buffer tube stabilizer on your AR pistol, but you need to make your car payment instead? Well, join the crowd. Why in the world does such a simple little thing have to cost so much? When you boil it down to what it is that you need in a pistol stabilizer, it doesn't have to cost so much. However, an AR pistol buffer tube stabilizer still has to do its job.

Is It A Toy or A Tool?

For those who have the means, buying another cool gadget for their AR is all well and good. Perhaps you really have to have it for your job and that's okay too. For those of us who don't want to shell out a bazillion dollars, there is an answer. The Strike Industries AR Pistol Stabilizer gives you everything you need at a fraction of the price.

Spartans Meet The Space-Age

First of all, the Strike Industries AR Pistol Stabilizer is crazy lightweight. Yet still, it is super-strong. How would you feel if you had bought a high-dollar AR pistol buffer tube stabilizer, and it rattles around on the back of your AR pistol? You won't have that problem when you get a Strike Industries AR Pistol Stabilizer. No way, they use a set-screw to lock her down tight, just the way you want it. Strike Industries designed in a pair of ambidextrous QD sling mount cups, just where you would have put them. Keeping with a sleek, minimalistic, Spartan design, it has no place to snag on your gear. Solid equipment at a reasonable price, that's what you get with Strike.

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5 Reviews

  • Great Addition

    Posted by walla2k5 on 30th Jan 2020

    SI stabilizer brace installs easily to the SI pistol buffer tube. A set screw makes this a rock solid mount. This stabilizer would be 5 stars if it was available in additional colors, like FDE. Are you listening Strike Industries?

  • Excellent ultra-light brace

    Posted by LBS on 4th Aug 2019

    This is an excellent ultra-light AR style pistol brace. I put it on my Noveske Diplomat Pistol and it changes the whole dynamic of the gun. It doesn't have any rubber on the end, so it isn't exactly like a normal AR butt-stock, but it functions like one and adds almost NO weight to my gun. Get it!

  • Decent simple brace

    Posted by John on 7th Apr 2019

    Although there is absolutely nothing wrong with this brace, I am realizing that the SBA3 brace is the best option out there. If you are looking for a simple, inexpensive, light weight brace..this is a very good option. Seems to fit the smaller diameter pistol tubes or larger ones. Nicer then the shockwave in my opinion, but if you have a little more money, go for the SB Tactical A3 brace and you will be happy.

  • It's good!

    Posted by Jordan on 30th Mar 2019

    Not the most spectacular brace in the world and not the tightest of fits but at the price it's a great buy! Would recommend to anyone looking for a cheap alternative!

  • AR Pistol Stabalizer

    Posted by Jay on 5th Jan 2019

    Very nicely done stabalizer. Swapped out w my Shockwave Blade. Works just like the Blade with the setscrew. The set screw is just a size smaller than the Blade (couldn't use my tacti Kyle thumbscrew), but locks up tight on the KAK pistol buffer tube. The angled 'butt stock' end is actually much more comfortable when tucked in tight to your shoulder pocket and has a nice cheekweld. Just about 1/4 inch longer than the Blade. Great look to finish off my Strike Industries build!

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