Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: A Shot At Strike Industries Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: A Shot At Strike Industries Edition By Jeremy S. - September 7, 2021 39 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ LOL, but obviously blown way out of proport…well… ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Carry vs Range Ammo Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Die Hard Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Kitty Flap Edition 39 COMMENTS Meh… Reply I guess that could be called “Martian Camo”?… Reply I thought I saw a headphones jack on the side of the handguard. If it doesn’t have one – it should. Bluetooth connectivity would be better. Reply This gun is a result of gamers growing up playing halo, etc., and later manufacturing guns. Reply What happens when you crossbreed roosters with liberal women. Reply Ew, breeding ‘liberal’ females… Reply I guess!😣 Shot my AR today at Point Blank. Great groups out to 25yards limit. Pistol good too. Old buddy shot my AR for the 1st time & loved it! Only hiccup was the turret came loose on my red/green dot Looks fixable. Haven’t quite mastered keeping both eyes open but close…going longer range shooting in northeast Indiana soon. 🙂 Reply Cool! Enjoy it! 😉 I got some really good groups out of my AR at 10 yards. I was pleased. Looks like someone got tired of chickens and decided to try a tropical parrot. What you see is the offspring. Reply 👍 Reply Ahh the solution looking for a problem company Reply Hmmmm…….Dad had a 1956 Dodge in that color scheme. Cool back then. Today…..NOT!!!! Reply That moment when you realize your parents were not always just your parents. Reply I admit I have a very small amount of red on one of my ARs. The pins, selector, and trigger guard but that’s it. lol. Reply Okay so there is ZERO “Metrosexuality” in my AR’s. Neither of them is expressing my fashion sense, typically defined by the clean clothes get worn first in the random order of what gets grabbed off the closet hangers. My AR’s do not express any artistic, spiritual, fashion forward or gender orientation thinking. They do express pragmatic thinking and limited budget. Color is sort of similar because the basic option of “Black” is universal. But the uppers, lowers, buttstock, handguard, grip, forward grip are all whatever brands/models best suited me and my budget and that’s that. The holes appear at point of aim, with minimal error on my part. Which is what looks good to me. Way out there where the coyotes and other targets roam, the holes appear where they are suppose to. That’s all the fashionista behavior I can muster. Reply Form follows function. Reply Strike makes some interesting stuff but nothing I would have on any serious rifle. That picture is the perfect “Strike a pose” meme. Reply God & Goddess, you found someone who walked out the door like that?!? What did he do, lose a bet? Reply “What did he do, lose a bet?” I’ve had a crummy last few days, and I needed that laugh you just gave me. Thanks! 😉 Reply That individual may hold a doctorates degree as well. “Lost a bet” – – based on appearances ? That Comment Was Racist, I and we both know if that individual was found rotting in the ditch they would taste just as good as anyone else. Reply That’s likely a $200 haircut and shave. Good for about a day. Reply Lol. At first I thought that was a mandrill or mandrill’s ass. The AR looks like a Deadpool edition. Reply Strike Industries makes some interesting stuff. I bought a pair of their compensators/muzzle brakes for my PF940 and 940C. I had a threaded barrel on the 940C, and was concerned that it might interfere with the compensator, and damage the threads, despite there being no clearance issues when manipulating/racking the slide. There wasn’t enough room for the thread protector. So, I emailed SI with a simple question, “Would it work with a threaded barrel?” It took them six weeks to get back to me with an answer… Great products, lousy customer service. Reply Typical in today’s world….. Reply The only thing I have from Strike Ind. is a 2 round extension for my 7 round Shield 9mm mag. had it for a couple years now. Works as advertised. Not much into putting lip stick on my AR’s though. Like em Hot and Black…if you know what i mean. Reply glad you caught the darkamn thing. Reply Just an Old white Hillbilly/Hippie who happens to like his firearms Hot, Black and Smoke’n. Reply My SIG P320 AXG Scorpion has Strike Industries Suppressor height sights, only because SIG hasn’t had them for a year and the Trijicon versions that fit on the P320’s are shit. I also dislike the SI tall bois, but I’d rather have them cowitness in case I don’t realize my RMR died, which has happened to me before. But yes, 99% of their shit is gaudy and tasteless. But it does cater to those markets of people who waste money making flashy AR’s that never even see 1,000 rounds. Reply Beaut. I’m giving the P320 RXP X-compact consideration myself for carry because suppressor height & 1/3 co-witness, but with a certain Al grip module so the manual safety can be adapted, in lieu of the AXG (because AIWB). Idk tho, can’t find one around to try out locally, but I’ve got time. Still have a month & 1/2-ish before all this legal garbage hit’s the shit can and my Rights are ‘officially’ restored to me. Reply I also have an RXP XCOMPACT. I got lucky and found mine in a store pre-covid. Crazy, right? Reply To judge maturity by the criteria of hairstyle is an immature thought in itself. “Bobak Ferdowsi (Persian: بابک فردوسی, pronounced [ˈbaːbæk feɾdoːsiː]; born November 7, 1979) is an American Flight engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He served on the Cassini–Huygens and Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity missions. Ferdowsi gained brief media fame in August 2012, when he wore a mohawk hairstyle, uncharacteristic of engineers, during the Curiosity landing. It unexpectedly became an iconic image of the event with coverage in the news and social media; U.S. President Obama even commented on the popularity of “Mohawk Guy”.“ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobak_Ferdowsi Reply Just because there are exceptions doesn’t invalidate the rule. Reply and just because you’re a commie pinko martyr doesn’t mean you have to drudge up valerie jarret’s protege. Reply Flight engineers can be immature too, dumbass. Reply If aftermarket bling attracts more people into gun ownership and shooting, I’d call it a win. We may snicker behind their backs at the range, but it got them in front of a target. I wouldn’t bother with the fancy versions of high-wear items like charging handles, though. A dozen pulls in and the pretty colored anodizing will scratched all to hell. 🙂 Reply Freaks, FREAKS, We’re surrounded by FREAKS! That “whatever it is” reminds me of the Parrot joke. The old sailor admitting to shagging a parrot when he was blitzed, and wondering if the kid was his. No doubt an Intern in the Biden Administration. The only “red” on my AR’s is the projected by the Optic. Reply I rarely found the stock SP1 to be an impediment to service rifle competition, although I would have preferred the A2 upper for the sights and the A2 hand guards. Reply That dude looks like a pileated woodpecker. https://ebird.org/species/pilwoo Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.