- Fully Licensed Pistol
- Tokyo Marui G Series Spec and System
- Modern Combat Pistol Design
- TM G Series Upgrade and Aftermarket Parts Compatibility
|Originating Armory||STRIKE INDUSTRIES|
|Power Source||Green Gas / Top Gas|
|Shooting Mode||Semi Auto|
|Net Weight (kg)||0.74|
Strike Industries EMG ARK-17 GBB Pistol (Black) (w/ US Authorized Medal)
The Strike Industries ARK 17 pistol is an incredibly futuristic looking pistol that feels like it comes straight from a Sci-Fi movie or Cyberpunk style video game.
The slide work has a multitude of features ranging from windows, relief cuts, serrations, and even an optics cut ready for RMR style optics. However, all of the work done to the slide does reduce its weight, making it very snappy and cycle exceptionally quick.
The frame of the pistol is custom molded and features angles that give it a very futuristic look. The angle of the grip is also straighter and has an elongated beaver tail which allows for a higher purchase on the gun.
Internally the pistol is designed to be TM G series spec and system. Which means this pistol can access the vast catalog of upgrade and aftermarket parts, which can only be rivaled by the Hi-Capa or VSR-10
- Magazine Compatibility: Strike Industries ARK 17 Magazine / Tokyo Marui G Series Magazines (17, 18, 22, 34)
- x1 Strike Industries EMG ARK-17 GBB Pistol (Black) (w/ US Authorized Medal)
- x1 Magazine
- x1 SI patch
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Redwolf TV Marck
When I reviewed this pistol on Redwolf TV, I think I said a lot about how it looked. There's a lot going on with this gun, a very "Call of Duty Infinite Warfare" vibe. If you are into the whole futuristic thing, the ARK17 is the one for you. The pistol's internals are TM compatible and does have pretty good recoil impulse. Not to mention its ready for optics right out of the box, so I think in this regard it check all the boxes for a pretty "cool looking" pistol. However there are some points about it that kind of distract me, like it busy design and the grip doesn't feel good in your hand due to some nubs sticking out. Its not a bad pistol and definitely worth looking at if you are looking for something a little different.