Strike Industries LINK Angled HandStop with Cable Management System By: Hrachya H

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Strike Industries continue expanding their line of firearm accessories featuring their patented Cable Management System (CMS). The company has just introduced the new LINK Angled HandStop, a rearward angled handstop/grip that like other CMS products will allow you to organize the cables of light and laser switches or other rail-mounted cabled gadgets by passing them through it.

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Strike Industries @ TFB:

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The Strike Industries LINK Angled HandStop is made of high-strength impact-resistant custom blended SI Polymer Extreme material. It features built-in front and rear barricade stops and textured front and back straps. Besides having notches that allow passing the cables through it, the SI LINK Angled HandStop also features an internal cavity for storing excess wires. Being an SI LINK mounting system product, this handstop can be attached to handguards with both KeyMod and M-LOK accessory mounting interfaces. The cables can be routed inside the LINK Angled HandStop in a variety of patterns: alongside, across, 90-degrees, U-shape or Z-shape. The LINK Angled HandStop weighs in at 1.27oz and has the following dimensions: length – 3″ (76mm), width – 1.17″ (30mm), height – 2.67″ (68mm).

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Different ways of passing the cables through the LINK Angled HandStop

Strike Industries LINK Angled HandStop with Cable Management System is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $17.95. It is available in black or FDE color options and comes with a Torx key and blue Loctite thread locking compound.

If you have used any of the Strike Industries Cable Management System products, let us know in the comments section what you think about this system. Are there other cable management solutions that you use?

Pictures by Strike Industries, www.strikeindustries.com