Having a grip toward the front of your handguard, if used properly, can add a lot of stability to your rifle while standing. Just the same, firing from the prone position or from a table, a bipod will take away a significant portion of your natural sway. Not knowing exactly what the situation ahead will require of you, how do you choose which one to attach to your firearm? You don’t have to! Strike Industries has added its expertise to the grip/bipod attachment concept. The Strike Bipod Grip is both a bipod and a grip (have I made that clear?), meaning you don’t have to choose, and it is now available in FDELINE.
Strike Industries @ TFB:
The Strike Bipod Grip offers versatility and efficiency to your rifle for maintaining a firm grip when on the move or a steady stationary platform when prone shooting at a sleek, simple and the most affordable option on the market. With various shooting situations and scenarios, there are advantages from an attachment which is both a grip and a bipod.
Strike Industries Strike Bipod Grip Now Available in FDELINE
The Strike Bipod Grip attaches to any standard 1913 rail and can easily be removed with the Quick Detach clamp and 3-arm knob. Just a hair away from vertical, it sits at an 89-degree angle. There are no switches or buttons needed to deploy the bipod. Pull down to release it and push it back up to stow it away. The sides are flat and the contact points are textured for better purchase.
- Length: 4.71″
- Width: 1.71″
- Height: 1.75″
- Weight: 4.6 oz
- Price: $34.95
If you want to grab a black or FDE Strike Bipod Grip, head over to the Strike Industries website. You can also see more from Strike by following them on social media. They can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Grip it and rip it!
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Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.
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