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Kat Striker VR | for HTC Vive

$ 139.99 $ 135.00

Kat Striker VR | for HTC Vive

This is a cool new product that has a magnet on the front controller (your “foregrip”) that enables you to quickly detach it from the rifle so you can use that hand for something else if needed. In most VR Games, you are required to reload your weapon by physically grabbing ammo/magazine from your waist and inserting it into the gun. This is easy to do with our new system.

HIGHLY REALISTIC DESIGN

KAT Striker was designed with the help of former military personnel to ensure its close resemblance to real rifles used on the modern field of battle.

IMPROVED AIMING ACCURACY

Application of strong magnets in the controller fixing system ensures maximum stability, and best aiming accuracy at all time!

ADJUSTABLE STRUCTURE

Position of the controller, as well as the stock length can be easily adjusted at any time to ensure quick adaptation to different players.

MAGNETIC MOUNTING

Since you won’t be always using KAT Striker, you can quickly attach, and detach your controllers when changing weapons without even taking of your VR headset!

EASY CONTROLLER CHARGING

Worrying about the battery? You can safely charge the controllers at any time without even removing them from your KAT Striker.

ULTRA-HIGH QUALITY

The manufacturing of our VR gun stock is based on precision injection molding what ensures high quality and long product life.

PARAMETERS

PRODUCT WEIGHT: 830g
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS: 720mm*55mm*252mm
SUPPORTED CONTROLLERS: HTC Vive, HTC Vive Pro
MAIN MANUFACTURING MATERIALS: ABS, NdFeb

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