Quantico Tactical

Strike Industries – AK TRAX

slide_33a

Strike Industries’ AK TRAX is a modular drop-in rail for AK pattern rifles. Made from anodized aluminum, the AK TRAX won’t add much weight to the rifle, and its design allows for multiple configurations to suit the user’s needs. The system starts with the TRAX1 base lower rail, which is designed to allow attachment of the TRAX1 upper rail, and the TRAX2 upper and lower rails. The TRAX also features the keymod system, which allows for additional side rails as needed. Available in Black, FDE, and Urban Grey.

strikeindustries.com/shop/index.php/

Tags:

8 Responses to “Strike Industries – AK TRAX”

  1. JW says:

    chinese made firearm parts? why? midwest industries and us palm have plenty of AK rail platforms that are AMERICAN made

    • SSD says:

      Why? Because I’m pretty sure I’ve already mentioned them somewhere in those 8500 posts. These guys are using KeyMod and that’s an interesting tidbit.

    • Terry says:

      It also goes well with your Chinese AK. If you want an American rifle, get an AR.

    • dante says:

      “All our products are designed here in beautiful Southern California and tested in both California and Nevada shooting facilities. We stand by our quality by providing a limited lifetime warranty. All our products are proudly designed in California and we can proudly say we do not manufacture or do business in China.” Just FYI.

    • g says:

      Strike Industries is a US company that designs and manufactures most of its own stuff, though it does do business with folks in Taiwan.

      Note: Taiwan is NOT the same as China.

  2. Doug says:

    It looks really customization friendly. The Key-mod puts it over the top imo. Plus who cares if it’s made in China, 99% of all US products are made in china, like that computer you used to express your opinion JW.

  3. jimmy says:

    I think they are made in Taiwan not China. Very sad that most of we have r made in China…..shoes, cell phone, toys…..and most stuff sold by Walmart.

  4. Luke says:

    anything that lets you put your hand further forward then the stock AK handgaurd is a step in the right direction. the fact that it is thinner then a quadrail (like ultimak) looks good to me too.