Strike Industries claims that their new Venom Flash Hider is among the most effective on the market and they have released video that appears to show favorable performance compared to one of the best known flash suppressors available. The Venom has a 4 prong design that is less than tame. It is long enough to bring a 14.5″ barrel to a non-NFA 16″ of length when permanently attached and has a pre-drilled hole for pinning.
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Strike Industries (SI) just unleashed an EMP. Don’t worry though, I’m not talking about the survivalist’s wet dream type of EMP. I’m talking about their new Extended Magazine Plate.
The SI EMP is a drop-in replacement for the standard baseplate on a Magpul Gen M2 PMAGs (a version for Gen M3 PMAGs is in the works). It adds 2 rounds of capacity, some additional gripping surface, and is designed to be a stable platform when using the magazine as a monopod.
I first mentioned the prototype for what would become the Ambush Sling Loop back in October of last year. I thought it was very notable for its extremely low profile design. Since it was just a prototype picture, I hoped it would 1) go into production and 2) retain the same low profile design when if it finally did make it to production. I have good news on both counts.
The Ambush Sling Loop is now available from Strike Industries. It is extremely low profile. It is low profile enough to fit easily under extended optic mounts like those from ADM and LaRue Tactical. It is so low profile in fact that no part of it sits higher than any part of the rail it mounts on! It is made from solid steel but is still relatively light weight thanks to it’s skelotonized design. This sing mount provides both a sling loop and a QD sling swivel socket.
Check out the Ambush Sling Loop at Strike Industries.
Strike Industries is working their way closer to releasing an AK grip. They released an image of the mold sample and, while details are sparse, it is a good looking grip. Interestingly, it has cutouts for a storage compartment but there are no plans to create a cap for it at this time.
The new Fang Trigger Guard from Strike Industries promises to make your reloads faster and more positive. It attaches in place of the standard trigger guard, fills in that annoying gap under in front of the grip, and provides you a short ledge at the rear of the magazine well that serves as a tactile reference point to index the magazine. This looks like it could work quite well, especially since I tend to find the back of the magazine well first before inserting the magazine.
The Fang does have one notable downside. It precludes the use of magazines with over travel stops like the latest iteration of the PMAG.
Check out the Fang Trigger Guard from Strike Industries.