Strike Industries drops new accessories for long guns at SHOT (VIDEO)

Strike Industries showed up to SHOT Show 2019 like they do pretty much every show they attend, with a bevy of new products in tow. We met up with Josh Reed, who first showed off the new accessory products they have for their long guns this year. To start with we got to see a new modular hand stop kit. This kit comes in three pieces with a finger grip, middle rail, and hand stop. This allows the user to customize the handstop to their grip and hand size. This is already available in KeyMod and M-LOK.

Moving on, Reed showed us the Gridlock rail system which offers a quick release for easily breaking down the handguard without having to loosen a single bolt. This handguard will be available in KeyMod and M-LOK. Next was a much-anticipated release from Strike, the AR magazine. Packing 33 rounds you can expect to see these magazines released later this year for under $15, with an improved follower to be released as well.

Finally, we got to see some products fresh shotgun products in development for roll out toward the end of this year. Reed showed us the new handguard which are being developed for the Benelli M4, Benelli M2, Mossberg, and Remington shotguns. These M-LOK handguards will have a very tactile feel and will

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