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Magpul MIAD Mission Adaptable Grip

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Got a preference for how you think an AR grip should feel? Yeah, anything but the original mil-spec grip, right? We hear ya. Fortunately, Magpul heard ya too. That's why they have the MIAD, the Mission Adaptable grip for your AR. It's just as great as the rest of Magpul's grips, but with the added bonus of having interchangeable back straps and front straps. Magpul knows every shooter is different. Prefer a slimmer grip? What about a heftier one? Make it what you want it to be, what you need it to be. See below for more info.


  • Interchangeable and replaceable front and back straps
  • Improved ergonomics
  • Anti-slip texturing
  • Customizable intermal storage compartment

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