Improve recoil control and accuracy with a forward grip.
A simple angled or vertical foregrip provides added stability for your non-shooting hand. Both types of grips increase control of your muzzle, helping to reduce felt recoil and muzzle rise. This means tighter shot groups and quicker follow-up shots. All grips we sell are made to be rugged, lightweight, and easy to install.
The traditional "broom handle" grip, favored among infantry and competition shooters alike, is now available with an improved design and attachment system in the Magpul RVG. This rail-attached vertical grip easily clamps to any rail, thanks to its availability with Picatinny or M-LOK rail attachments, providing a reliable anchor point to get better control over your muzzle and point of aim.
Want something even smaller and lighter? Check out Magpul's and UTG's angled foregrips. Also available with options for Picatinny and M-LOK rails, angled grips like the AFG-2 and UTG Ultra Slim Angled Grip take up almost no space and add immeasurable weight, while affording an ergonomic point of contact that naturally fits your non-shooting hand's grip around your handguard.
It doesn't get any simpler than the M-LOK Hand Stop from Magpul. This kit provides a basic finger hook that anchors against your non-shooting hand, allowing you to push horizontally, directly against felt recoil. It's a great way to stabilize your sight picture and aim in a standing shooting stance.
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