Firearms|Firearm Accessories

One of the biggest hurdles when you start adding lights, PEQ’s and other accessories to your rifle is cable management. If not your rifle will being to look like the back of your PC tower a hidden mess of cables going everywhere. The innovators of at Strike Industries have thought of a way to assist with two foregrips with cable management in mind. Let’s take a closer look into Strike’s innovative new offering.

Strike Industries Angled Foregrips are designed like no other grip currently available. Strike built these foregrips are made out of polymer for durability and weight reduction. The SI Angled Foregrips sits at an 86 degree angle on the handguards. This angle provides a more natural wrist angle with increased rigidity of the forearm. The cable management system is done cleverly by Strike with cuts at the top of the grips to allow for access into the cavity of the grip. Their also side cuts if you wish to run the cables inline with the grip. There is also an large enough area for placement of the pressure switch on the foregrips. Both grips are textured for increase grip for better weapon manipulation. Both the long and short are designed for M-Lok rails.

Strike Industries Angled Foregrips with cable management comes in two variants: short and long. The short grip SI designed to have a lower profile for the user and can be mounted in the preferred setup you wish. The long grip by SI features an L-Shape cut out. This can be used as built in stability on an edge and can also be used as an barricade stop.

The new Strike Industries Angled Foregrips with Cable Management are available now. The new foregrips retail at $17.95 MSRP on their website.

Below is the product description and features of Strike Industries Angled Foregrips with Cable Management.

Product Description

The Strike Industries Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management is engineered like no other grip on the market. The grip angle sits on the handguard at 86 degrees. Patent pending SI cable management function enables you to organize and store excess wire from your weapon light or any other cabled accessories in multiple configurations. Instead of tucking wire anywhere you can and using cable ties or tape to hold it down, the cable management feature will offer you a place to route and/or contain loose wire inside the grip cavity. The side cuts at the top middle of the grip allow for easier pressure switch attachment. Compared to the Short version, the Long version has an added built-in stability feature when you place the L-shaped bottom onto a table edge/corner or as a barricade stop, giving you another way to get back on target faster downrange. The Short version can be mounted in either direction for your own preferred and personal setup and is low-profile form helps to minimize snags. The forward angle provides more of a natural wrist angle and increased rigidity of forearm. Designed with textured palm and finger areas with flat sides for positive handling and easier manipulation of the firearm. Made from durable and lightweight polymer compatible with M-LOK rails, the Strike Industries Angled Vertical Grip with Cable Management (Long) gives the shooter control while handling or firing the weapon, added stability (Long) with table/edge corner or as a barricatge stop and an innovative way to ensure total cable management. No messy wires.

Features

– 86° grip angle
-Built-in cable management w/ excess wire storage (patent pending)
-Forward angle provides more of a natural wrist angle and increased rigidity of forearm
-Side cuts at top of grip for pressure switch cable routing
-Built-in stability when L-shaped bottom is placed on a table edge/corner or as a barricade stop (Long)
-Low-profile design to minimize snags (Short)
-Can be mounted in either direction for preferred setup (Short)
-Textured palm and finger areas with flat sides for better weapon manipulation control
-Made from durable and lightweight polymer
-For M-LOK rails

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