Strike Industries

Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter

$49.95 - $51.95
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The Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter gives the user the ability to mount a 1913 Picatinny interface stock/stabilizer assembly where normally the receiver extension is attached. For ARs that do not need an in-line buffer and buffer spring to function, this is a simple, fast and budget friendly conversion that works on both AR-15 and AR-10 lower receivers.

The Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter mechanism threads into a standard AR rear 1 3/16"-16 HSS right hand thread and has an anti-loosening detent that is very positive and tactile while keeping the rear detent spring captured for the rear takedown pin. The 1913 Picatinny section of this adapter includes a 4-slot rail section.

As an added feature, there is a 360° free swivel QD socket that the user can orientate to either left or right side to best configure the preferred setup. Compatible with majority of folding stocks or stabilizers on the market. When you want to use an upper receiver where everything is self-contained, quickly convert your AR lower receiver to mount a Picatinny stock or stabilizer with the Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter.

PRODUCT FEATURES:
- Mount a 1913 Picatinny interface stock/stabilizer
- 4-Slot Picatinny rail section
- Retains rear detent spring captured for the rear takedown pin
- Quick and easy to install
- Includes everything needed to convert your AR lower receiver
- Orientate steel QD socket to desired side

PRODUCT SPECS:
LENGTH: 51.98mm (2.05")
WIDTH: 35.99mm (1.42")
HEIGHT: 23.80mm (0.94")
HEIGHT W/ 1 3/16"-16 HSS THREADS: 30.80mm (1.21")
WEIGHT: 3.0 oz

COMPATIBILITY:
-Mil-Spec AR-15 and AR-10 ArmaLite/DPMS pattern lower receivers
-For use with upper where everything is contained in the upper

PACKAGE CONTENTS:
- x1 Strike AR Picatinny Stock Adapter (fully assembled)
- x1 Torx tool [T25]

DISCLAIMER:
- Anodized areas (including anodized area around Torx T25 screw hole) that touch between end plate and castle nut will have expected minor scratches from torqueing of castle nut
- Due to numerous factors that take place during the anodization process, the color lines from batch to batch of a certain product may vary

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