Strike Industries Cobra Billet Aluminum Trigger Guard - Black

Manufactured by Strike Industries
Manufactured by Strike Industries
15 Reviews

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Strike Industries products are designed by shooting experts for the shooting sportsman.

The Strike Industries Cobra Billet Aluminum Trigger Guard has a glove friendly, eye catching design featuring a fang and hood. The bottom fang acts as a guide for faster, more consistent magazine changes, while the hood of the Cobra functions as a trigger finger index point.

NOTE: Will not fit Anderson MIL-SPEC lower receivers without modification.

  • Billet aircraft grade aluminum construction
  • (3) M6 hex screws included
  • Weight: 0.5 oz

Notice from the manufacturer:
“Due to numerous factors that take place during the anodization process, the color lines from batch to batch of a certain product may vary.”
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BrandStrike Industries
Manufacturer.Strike Industries
MaterialAluminum - Aircraft Grade
TypeTrigger Guard
Weight0.5 Oz
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Looks great

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Looks great on my rifle and got is great. Knocked off one star because mine only came with three screws instead of four. Luckily I had a small screw that fit it.

Poor design

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Beware, these don't fit PSA lowers either without taking a dremel to them, which of course ruins the finish. I really like many of Strike's products, but this is a fail.

Holes don’t line up with mil spec lowers

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It’s looks badass now this it’s on and repainted but be prepared to take it to a grinding wheel to grind off 1/8” on the front and back to allow the holes to line up with any mil spec lower.


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Will not fit DPMS and several other brands besides Anderson MIL-SPEC lower receivers without modification. Not worth paying shipping to send it back.


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Perfect fit on spikes tactical lower. Real snug fit no wiggle or play.

Apparently, not for amateurs......


Wow... we need to talk about these reviews. First, it only comes with three screws because IT ONLY NEEDS THREE SCREWS. The forward tangs of the trigger guard only have one hole, not two. All screws have Loctite pre-applied. I have used these trigger guards on Daniel Defense, Aero Precision and two 80% lowers with no problem, slipped right on without a Dremel. A Dremel is my favorite tool, and I have had to "custom-fit" various parts for a long time, but that's what you do when you upgrade stuff- make it fit. Did somebuddy say this is a fail?!? Sexiest dam trigger guard out there. I run a home for unwanted Cobra trigger guards, so please send yours to me, it will receive all the nurturing and love it deserves.....

Blue Cobra Trigger guard.


Wow, this thing looks great on my rifle! Easy install .. screws instead of pins, AWESOME! Fits well on my Thunder tactical lower.


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I've become a huge fan of the Strike Industries Cobra Billet trigger guard; great quality, looks agressive, no roll pins to worry about, and good price. I have them on several of my builds.

Great idea but poor execution

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The idea behind the design of this trigger guard is great, but it does not align up with Sig Sauer M400 and 516 receivers. The process of return was quick and easy.

Fitting required for some lowers.


Nice part. Required mild to moderate fitting. I used a Dremel with foot control and flex shaft. Small sanding drum. I did the AR Pistol in Duracoat. But, if you are careful, the finish will not be an issue as it's hidden. Mine was an 80Arms 80% lower. Just be very careful with the Dremel. Lots of variation in lowers these days.