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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by Dave_M » Tue Oct 15, 2013 5:27 pm

vawilderness wrote:Standard MOE grip for me. I never liked the A-2 grip, the little nub never fit my hands.
I've found a belt sander quickly solves the nubbin issue
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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by eeb » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:45 pm

Dave_M wrote:
vawilderness wrote:Standard MOE grip for me. I never liked the A-2 grip, the little nub never fit my hands.
I've found a belt sander quickly solves the nubbin issue
^This. Though it takes a bit longer when you're stuck with a file and wallpaper.
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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by EECHAY » Wed Oct 16, 2013 12:56 pm

Ten Eight wrote:BCM gripz. Much moar better angle for my wrists than the A2.
This. I'm running a BCM Grip Mod 1. Perfect for my new Spikes lower. :wink:

That being said, I LOVE the Ergo grips....BUT the angle of the dangle changes the game. You don't realize how much more comfortable making the grip straighter does for your wrist.
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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by ashwednesday » Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:38 pm

Since DSG has MOE grips for $9.99 today, probably all MOE's.
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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by ashwednesday » Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:41 pm

When will the MOE K2's be available?
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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by Groucho » Tue Oct 22, 2013 5:56 pm

The standard grip was only OK for me. The ergo grip wasn't a match for my small hands. I have the Moe grip now and am staisfied with it.
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Re: Slight variation: What AR pistol grip are you running an

Post by leatherface_y2k » Sat Oct 26, 2013 7:12 pm

Ergo SureGrip. Large hands and the Ergo is thicker than the A2 and puts my finger in a better position on trigger. Plus it just feels "right" for me.

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