I came up into my love of guns in a time when we FDE’d all the things. I still find it tempting, but times have changed. In recent years, we’ve all noticed the increasing nods to the past. Looking ever so slightly into our history, O.D. green has come roaring back. While most older camo patterns on guns can feel more retro than functional, olive drab does the perfect dance of both. Strike Industries seems to agree. They recently announced the Strike O.D. Green AR Bundle. For $385.95, you get 11 pieces of O.D. green furniture for your newest AR-15 build. So, what’s included?
PRESALE: Strike Industries is now taking presale orders for a special limited run Strike O.D. Green AR Bundle. Many have asked for a Strike ODGLINE Edition of AR parts and it is finally coming delivered directly to your door. This Strike Olive Drab Green (ODG) AR Bundle will include 11-pieces to help you enhance a current build or start a brand new AR off on the right direction.
Strike O.D. Green AR Bundle – Open ‘er up
While I’d love to go in-depth for each piece, I gotta get back to work, and so do you. Don’t blame us if you get written up. If you want to see more Strike Industries AR parts, check out Hrachya’s article about their Overmolded Enhanced Pistol Grip. Strike Industries lists the contents of this bundle as such:
–Advanced Receiver Extension
–AR Enhanced Castle Nut & Extended End Plate (ODG end plate, Black castle nut)
–Billet Ultimate Dust Cover for .223/5.56
–Charging Handle with Extended Latch
–Fang Billet Aluminum Trigger Guard
–GRIDLOK Sight and Rail Attachments (will require GRIDLOK Main Body to use)
–LINK Curved ForeGrip
–Strike Forward Assist
–Strike Magazine Catch (ODG button, Black mag catch)
–Ultralight Pivot / Takedown Pins
If you didn’t notice, that list is individually hyperlinked (thank you Strike website person). That means I’m going to leave the deep-dive research up to you. If you want to see more from Strike, check out their website. If you want to see pictures without all these watermarks, take a look at their Instagram and Facebook pages. Now here’s a bunch of pictures!
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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