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UTG PRO Ambidextrous Grip by Leapers, Inc.

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Get more out of your AR-15's grip, and get it to do more for you. This is the UTG PRO Ambidextrous Grip by Leapers Inc. UTG. Aside from polymer construction, it's been molded with excellent ergonomics to reduce fatigue, and so you can really get an outstanding purchase between your hand and your AR's primary handle. It's compatible with most ambidextrous safety selectors, and it has a built in compartment in which you can store batteries for your optics, gun oil, or whatever else you see relevant.


  • Black color
  • Made of polymer
  • Finger grooves for excellent grip placement
  • Compatible with most ambi safety selectors
  • Made specifically for the AR-15 platform

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