Strike Industries is proud to introduce its latest stylized aftermarket upgrade to its customers with the new 12-gauge spiral fluted magazine follower for 12 gauge shotguns. Strike Industries claims that the follower is not only self-cleaning, but also enhances the inherent reliability of your shotgun, and helps aid the user in identifying the follower for an easier time confirming that your shotgun has been properly cleared.
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Strike Industries’ New Magazine Follower for 12 Gauge Shotguns
The Strike Magazine Follower for 12-Gauge Shotgun has a spiral fluting design for self-cleaning to enhance reliability. The high visibility (hi-vis) choices of colors help provide a quick and easy visual when checking the magazine tube to see if its empty for safety. With the anodized process on the aluminum surface, the follower slides smoothly inside the mag tube. This lightweight and high-strength Strike Magazine Follower is machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and is a drop-in installation. The Strike Magazine Follower for 12-Gauge Shotgun is compatible with many of the popular shotguns on the market and will provide a smooth sliding, self-cleaning and reliable upgrade. Available in hi-vis SI FDE/FDELINE, Red/REDLINE and TITAN EDITION anodized colors.
The Strike Industries Magazine Follower for 12 gauge shotguns will be compatible with a wide variety of both semi-auto and pump-action shotguns including the Remington 870, Benelli M1, M2, M3, and M4, Mossberg 500/930, Benelli Ethos, Legacy, Montefeltro, and Super Sport. All magazine followers cost $13.95 regardless of color and are available now through the Strike Industries website.
-Spiral fluting design for self-cleaning to enhance reliability
-High visibility colors to help provide a quick and easy visual when checking magazine tube is empty
-Anodized aluminum surface assists in a smooth sliding follower inside tube
-Lightweight and high-strength
-Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum
-Available in anodized SI FDELINE, REDLINE or TITAN EDITION colors
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