I remember at one of my first gun shows, I was enthralled by the, by today’s standards, extremely long vertical grip with the bipod in it. I think it also had a spot to mount a light. That one piece of gear probably weighed almost a pound. Coming from a time when people put everything they could on their guns, it’s a giant relief that we’ve gone in the opposite direction. Firearms are slicker and accessories like VFGs and handstops have shrunk. New from Strike Industries, the Mini HandStop follows this trend, with an added bonus of cable management.
Strike Industries @ TFB:
The Strike Mini HandStop with Cable Management System® – a compact sized accessory for enhanced firearm control and wire organization. This lightweight, high-strength impact resistant handstop features the patent-pending SI Cable Management System® (CMS), offering versatile cable routing options, such as alongside, across, 90-degrees, U-shape or Z-shape, and excess wire storage for a clutter-free shooting experience.
NEW Cable Management Mini HandStop From Strike Industries
With a name like “Mini”, size is the number one concern. If you have limited rail space, the Mini HandStop only takes up one M-LOK slot. The piece only protrudes 1.56″ from your rail. The textured front gives you a better purchase with your fingers, allowing you to more easily pull the stock into your shoulder. Also integrated into each unit is Strike’s Cable Management System for keeping things tidy.
- Length: 1.71″
- Width: 1.13″
- Height: 1.56″
- Weight: .63 oz
- Price: $13.95
If you’d like to slap one of these on your favorite build, they can be found on the Strike Industries website. Strike also puts a lot of effort into its social media, so give them a follow and some props. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Keep building!
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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