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Disclaimer: I wasn’t able to make it to Strike Industries booth at Shot Show 2020. Which was a letdown for me because I love there products. Strike is always coming up with inventive new products for rifles and pistols. The information will be coming from The Firearms Blog and Recoil. While the photos will be from Strike Industries social media page and The Firearms Blog.

Strike Industries always has a wealth of products it releases throughout the year. Last year alone Strike released over 50 new products. Which is amazing when you think about it. Strike’s engineers and designers are always pushing innovation and creating dynamic products. This year is no different with Strike having an assortment of new products it’s bringing to market this year.

Strike will be releasing complete rifle and pistol builds. Introducing a red dot sight, a Strike Industries 80% frame for the Glock, Scorpion accessories, and a Sig Sauer P320 Grip Module.

Sentinel Rifle and Pistols

Photo from TFB

Strike Industries collaborated with Rifle Supply to start offering complete rifle and pistols. Strike Industries rifle lineup is called Sentinel. The initial Sentinel lineup will include three models: Sentinel Elite AR Rifle, Sentinel AR Rifle, and Sentinel AR Pistol. All Sentinel AR rifles will come with Strike’s Viper M-Lok handguards with a 16-inch or 10.5-inch barrels. The Sentinel Elite AR rifles will have features you can upgrade. Such as an upgrade to the Strikefighter 16-inch .233 barrel along with the 15-inch Strike M-Lok handguards.

Strike Industries Scouter Red Dot

Strike Industries has officially entered the optics game with their Scouter red dot. The Scouter features a 2 MOA red dot and a 22mm multi-coated lens. It comes with 11-brightness settings and 25,000 hour battery life. The Scouter is housed in a 6061-T6 aluminum body. The Scouter red dot turns off automatically off of two hours if no motion is detected. Once turned on again it will be on the corresponding brightness level user left if it on.

Strike Industries 80% Glock Frame

From S.I.’s Instagram Page

Strike has designed a 80% Glock frame in collaboration with Polymer 80. The SI frame is a Glock 19 Gen 3 frame. The changes SI made are the undercut trigger guard, grip texture, and front and rear thumb shelves.

Sig Sauer P320 Grip Module

Photo from TFB

Strike Industries Sig Sauer P320 grip module is the most interesting new product of the bunch. The Module is still currently in development. So, I imagine changes will occur in its look and design. What the P320 grip module does is convert your handgun into a PDW style weapon system. Near the rear of grip module you have bottom QD swivel socket and rear Picatinny rail to mount stocks and braces. Also on the top on the rear of the module you have a small Picatinny for mounting red dot sights. Strike will also be developing accessories for the grip module such as magazine holder, dust cover, slide shroud, and more.

It seems that Strike is fully invested in the design of the Sig P320 grip module. Strike is investing a lot of resources into its development and accessory lineup. It is an is interesting prospect for Strike Industries. You have Flux Defense and CAA micro kit for the Sig P320 pistol on the market currently. I think Strike is looking to create a more affordable version for more money conscious consumers.

CZ Scorpion Parts

From Strike’s Instagram Page

In 2020, Strike will be releasing a large amount accessories for CZ Scorpion Evo 3. The new parts include a pistol grip, ambidextrous magazine release, safety selector, QD mount,and muzzle device.

What products are you most interested about from Strike Industries? Let us know in the comments below.

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