Strike Industries Debuts New Bipod Grip

Strike Industries recently announced their new product, the Strike Bipod Grip, which the company says offers versatility and efficiency for the rifle while maintaining a firm grip on the move or a steady stationary platform in the prone position.

Strike Bipod Grip
Strike Industries recently announced their new rifle accessory, the new Strike Bipod Grip. They say that it offers efficiency and versatility for the shooter while maintaining a solid grip on the move or a steady platform in a prone position.

The Strike Bipod Grip offers a sleek and simple option that is also affordable, according to Strike. There are advantages for an attachment that is both a grip and a bipod in multiple shooting situations and scenarios.

Strike Industries states that navigating in CQB (close quarters battle) the bipod grip combo will benefit those individuals, as well as those outside that are laying prone allowing for steadiness for mid- to long-range shots. For the competition shooter, hunters, and day range users, the bipod grip size and weight will be beneficial for the overall handling and balance of the system.

Strike Industries Bipod Grip
With various shooting situations and scenarios, there are advantages from an attachment which is both a grip and a bipod. Whether used in CQB or out on the range, this new grip is a lightweight addition to the firearm.

Product Specifications

  • Length: 4.71 in (119.66 mm)
  • Width: 1.71 in (43.54 mm)
  • Height: 1.75 in (44.38 mm)
  • Weight: 4.60 ounce

The Strike Bipod Grip is easy to install and remove on the 1913 Picatinny rails thanks to the quick detach clamp and a 3-arm knob. The smooth pull mechanism to deploy the bipod legs only requires a light squeeze, while a push up is all that is needed to stow the legs. The angle of the grip on the handrail sits at just under 90 degrees at 89 degrees for optimum comfort for the user.

Strike Industries
The new Strike grip is made of a durable lightweight polymer that does not take up a lot of space on the handrail and keeps the weight down for the user.

The Strike Bipod Grip was designed with textured palm and finger areas in addition to the flat sides for easy handling and movement of the firearm. It is made of a durable lightweight polymer, thus giving the user two useful tools in one piece to save rail space without adding any significant amount of weight.

Strike Bipod Grip easy use
The Strike Bipod Grip was designed so that it is easy to install, and remove, thanks to the Picatinny rail via a quick detach clamp and a three-arm knob. Strike says it is quick to deploy with a small squeeze and stows with a light push. Designed with a textured palm and finger area, it has flat sides for easy handling and maneuverability of the firearm by the user.

The Strike Bipod Grip does have a warning for users, saying that it is designed for casual or light duty shooting use and excessive abuse will damage or break the product so keep that in mind for applications. It comes in with a price tag of $34.95.

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