Strike Industries releases new ambi AR Pistol Stabilizer
By Jacki Billings
The AR Pistol Stabilizer offers a lightweight design for AR pistols. (Photo: Strike Industries)
Strike Industries unleashes a new stabilizer product for AR pistols, announcing the AR Pistol Stabilizer.
Weighing in a 5.3-ounces, the AR Pistol Stabilizer delivers a snag-free design with ambidextrous QD points. The fiberglass reinforced polymer build measures 6.50-inches in length and 1.53-inches in width at the widest point.
The stabilizer accommodates pistol buffer tubes up to 1.25-inches in diameter, to include the company’s own AR Pistol Buffer Tubes. The AR Pistol Stabilizer uses a large tapered set screw to ensure the unit locks into place at various positions.
The AR Pistol Stabilizer uses a polymer build with a snag-free, smooth construction. (Photo: Strike Industries)
“The Strike ARP offers a no-compromise, feature-packed stabilizer at an affordable price point,” Strike Industries said in a statement on its site. “The entire stabilizer was designed to be ergonomic and comfortable along all planes. The overall design eliminates any snag hazards and abrasion zones resulting in a comfortable cheek-weld and stabilizing interface.”
The AR Pistol Stabilizer ships from Strike Industries with a MSRP just under $40.
The brace come with a locking screw that keeps the brace in place. (Photo: Strike Industries)
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