Ergonomic AR-15 pistol grips for better performance and control.
The AR-15's factory grip angle is just, well, "meh." It doesn't provide an optimal anchor for your shooting hand, and it can even make squeezing the trigger feel awkward. While the factory grip gets the job done, we've found upgrading it with a new, more ergonomic grip can dramatically improve your AR's overall feel. It can help improve recoil control and trigger squeeze, and it'll simply feel better pointing the muzzle downrange.
We're working with top AR parts makers to provide over-molded, ergonomic grips with optimal angles and even extra storage. We're excited to provide hugely popular options like Magpul's MOE-K2+ and Ergo Grip's Sure Grip, made large and textured for ultimate control and recoil absorption. We carry a load of other options to fit just about every shooter's hand, style, and budget.
It's super simple: Just find the right socket, screw driver, or Allen wrench for the screw that secures your grip to the bottom of the receiver. Your new grip comes with a new screw and washer. Check out our detailed lower parts kit installation guide! It covers how to install your grip with pictures.
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