Upgrade your AR's pistol grip for better accuracy and control.
Let's face it, the stock grip angle on the grips found in virtually all mil-spec parts kits isn't the most comfortable. It's an incredibly simple, cost-effective upgrade to swap out that stock grip for something like the Magpul MOE, MOE+ or Magpul-K2 grips, each of which provide a more ergonomic angle that fits your wrist. These grips even include built-in storage compartments for an extra set of batteries for your optic, or a small cleaning kit.
Magpul's the #1 name in the game when it comes to AR furniture. Their M-LOK- and Picatinny-compatible MVG and RVG vertical foregrips provide a positive point of contact on your smooth, slick handguard to provide better muzzle and recoil control.
Swapping out your factory pistol grip is incredibly simple. Most "OEM" grips utilize a simple hex-head bolt and crush washer, which can be easily removed and replaced with a simple Allen wrench. All the grips we sell include new mounting hardware with simple instructions from Magpul. No modification of your lower receiver is required to install a new pistol grip. Starting a new AR build? Grab a lower parts kit and an upgraded grip - it's easiest to just throw on that upgrade during your initial lower assembly process.
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