Strike Industries: Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management

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Strike Industries Releases the Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management

Strike Industries has announced the release of what they say is an engineered grip like no other—the Angled Vertical Grip with cable management.

Sitting on the handguard at 86º with an SI cable management function, the grip is intended to both organize and store excess wire/cable from weapon accessories.

Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management - Long or Shorte

Yes, you read that right.

An angled vertical grip that also lets you organize and store the excess wiring that comes with different accessories. That means you won’t have to resort to cable ties and tape or tucking wires away. Instead, you can route and/or contain loose cables inside the grip’s cavity.

Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management

There are also two different grip options available—Short and Long.

Both options come with side cuts at the top and middle of the grip, which we’re told allows for an easier pressure switch attachment.

If you decide the Long version is for you, it comes with an added built-in stability feature when you place the L-shaped bottom onto a table edge/corner or as a barricade stop. Strike Industries claims this helps get you back on target faster—this doesn’t come with the Short version.

Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management short

If you decide to use the Short version, you’ll find that it can be mounted in either direction. Now you can have a setup that’s both personal preference and low-profile. Apparently, this helps minimize snags.

So, what’s so special about the forward angle?

Strike Industries tells us it provides more of a natural wrist angel, and it increases the rigidity of the forearm.

Strike Industries: Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management

The angled grip is also textured on the palm and finger areas, with flat sides for positive handling and easier manipulation of your firearm.

Also, the grip is made from durable and lightweight polymer compatible with M-LOK rails, which Strike Industries claims gives the shooter control while handling or firing the weapon. And again, no messy wires.

Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management - Long or Short

Compatibility: M-LOK

Items Included with Angled Vertical Grip Purchase:

  • x1 Angled Vertical Grip (long or short)
  • x2 #8-32×0.3″ screw
  • x2 M-LOK nut
  • x1 Torx key
  • x1 Loctite Threadlocker Blue 242

Long

  • Built-in stability when L-shaped bottom is placed on a table edge/corner or as a barricade stop

Long Angled Vertical Grip - Strike Industries

  • Length: 43.65mm
  • Width: 26.21mm
  • Height: 58.40mm
  • Weight: 0.8 oz

MSRP: $19.95

Short

  • Low-profile design to minimize snags
  • Can be mounted in either direction for preferred setup

  • Length: 43.63mm
  • Width: 28.84mm
  • Height: 90.20mm
  • Weight: 1.4 oz

MSRP: $17.95

Disclaimer: Always check with your state and local laws. We are not lawyers.

If you’re interested in getting a Long or Short Angled Vertical Grip with cable management, look no further than Strike Industries.

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