Improve your shot placement and recoil control with an angled foregrip.
Whether you're rockin' an AR-15 rifle or pistol, an angled foregrip provides an excellent improvement over simply ham-fisting your handguard. An angled foregrip is typically more low-profile than a vertical pistol grip (which is not legal to install on an AR pistol) while providing a more comfortable grip than a bare rail system. They're also incredibly lightweight, adding little more than an ounce to your rifle or pistol.
Our foregrips are sourced from Magpul and UTG, two top providers of AR furniture and tactical accessories. Our available angled grips secure easily to any M-LOK handguard, including our own ultralight, free-float handguards. We don't price-gouge, either. Each angled grip comes with a lifetime warranty yet we keep prices to just a few bucks.
A vertical grip provides added stability for your AR-15 rifle, acting as a second pistol grip for your non-firing hand. Although you can't install these on pistols - you can only install angled grips on pistols - you can take control of that 16" or longer barrel on your rifle for better shot placement and recoil control. Options like Magpul's M-LOK MVG and RVG grips weigh around 1.5 ounces, adding virtually no weight to your rifle.
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