Tactical Tailor

Sneak Peek – Viper Stock from Strike Industries


Fresh out of the mold.


17 Responses to “Sneak Peek – Viper Stock from Strike Industries”

  1. Jbgleason says:

    This thing looks like an enormous snag hazard. And is that the adjustment lever hanging down? Won’t it get activated in use?

  2. Mike says:

    Fresh out of the mold usually indicates full assembly hasn’t taken place yet. 😉

  3. 79thmedic says:

    It looks to me as if that piece would fit in the above notch underneath the bottom of the stock.

  4. zach says:

    Is that from Salvation or Rise of the Machines?

  5. Chen Lee says:

    LAME….how many ways can you spin a stock?

    Besides, Strike started as a knock off company making airsoft knock off parts…

    • Darrel says:

      The market is completely saturated with parts that are completely redundant over existing designs. No one wants to come out with another UBR-like design that changes anything, so designers just keep rehashing the same six position USGI stock concept.

      Manufacturers are not willing to deviate from the “mil-spec” concept to provide better products because if it’s not mil-spec it’s not going to be compatible with all the other plethora of tacticool attachments.

      • Bill says:

        What you said.

        The other day I got asked what a guy could add to his gun cause it didn’t have enough cool stuff on it. I just stared into space…..

  6. Looks like the Intelectual Property of Duostock to me.

  7. Brett says:

    Felgercarb! Frakking Cylons.

  8. Stefan S. says:

    Screams tacticool!

  9. Adam says:

    This thing is almost the exact replica of a Mission First Tactical Minimalist stock. SI consistently uses pre-existing designs and changes them the minimum amount. They found out it’s easier to ask forgiveness than to ask permission. It’s too expensive for companies to try and sue for design infringement, so they just crowd the marketplace with replicas.

    • clarence says:

      I wouldn’t call it “the exact replica of a Mission First Tactical Minimalist stock” The angle on the buttpad is much more pronounced than on the MFT, and it just looks cooler than the MFT, IMHO.

      People didn’t come out with their pitch forks and torches when Vltor came out with their stock, which is heavily based off of the Sopmod stock. So why do yall do it to SI when they do what Vltor did. Respectfully, yall need just to chill out.