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Magpul AFG-2® - Angled Fore Grip

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The Magpul Angled Fore Grip (AFG-2) overall has a shorter length, width, and slimmer design than its predecessor, Magpul's original AFG. There is less recoil and more control using this fore grip since the shooter's hand is naturally placed in the center of the bore rather than a traditional vertical grip, where the shooter's hand is placed vertically. Since the polymer three piece design is smaller in size, this also allows for less fatigue and higher accuracy when taking shots. With the AFG-2 taking up less surface area, this allows for more compatibility between other rail covers and accessory mounts. 

Additional Features:

  • Polymer Three Piece Set
  • Smaller and Slimmer than AFG
  • Interchangable Finger Shelf
  • Lightweight: 2.53 oz.
  • Height: 1.94 in.
  • Length: 4.70 in.
  • Width: 1.37 in. 
  • All Mounting Hardware Included

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