Tactical Link PDW Grip For AR Style Rifles - Black


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Tactical Link PDW Grip For AR Style Rifles - Black
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The PDW Grip is a drop-in upgrade for AR style rifles with a more vertical angle, optimized for short LOP (length of pull) personal defense weapons (PDW), bringing the primary hand in closer to the shooter's body, encouraging a more natural "elbows in" shooting posture which substantially reduces wrist fatigue and is concurrent with modern shooting doctrine.

Made to the finest standards from an extremely durable fiber-reinforced polymer, the PDW Grip is the result of extensive professional shooter feedback and engineering excellence that has produced one of the finest shooting upgrades in the market today. The PDW Grip sports a patent pending design with "zones" of moderately aggressive surface texture to provide unmatched gripping properties for positive weapon control in all environments.

The PDW Grip fits any lower receiver (forged or billet, AR15 or AR10) that accepts a standard AR grip and provides improved biomechanics to better align the trigger finger for a more comfortable and direct rearward trigger pull. Thanks to its hollow core design (no internal storage), the PDW Grip is very light, weighing only 2.1 oz. Since the PDW Grip is a drop-in upgrade it is sold without a grip screw.

Shooter Refined Ergonomics: at 14 degrees, the PDW Grip is 235% (19 degrees) more vertical than the standard A2 grip and is the most comfortable and relaxing grip on the marketplace.
The PDW Grip places the hand's flexor muscles on more of the same plane for a more natural hand position with little to no fatigue even during prolonged use.

Optimized Biomechanics: small beavertail backstrap provides enhanced ergonomics and allows the operator's hand to ride high on the grip for improved recoil management and fire control.

Tactile Gripping Texture: much more aggressive texture than most other grips on the marketplace. "Zones" of more aggressive anti-slip texturing on the palm panels for excellent gripping properties and for positive weapon control in all environments.

  • All edges rounded for operator comfort
  • Reinforced beaver tail for extra rigidity
  • Aggressive PSP (Pentagonal Surface Projections) Texture on both palm panels for superior weapon control
  • Grooves on the front and rear backstraps for optimal anti-slip surface and excellent gripping properties
  • Accommodates the "seam" commonly found on the beaver tail of forged lower receivers
  • Unique trigger guard design provides a very comfortable, and absolutely the best fit at the trigger guard area of any grip on the market
  • Grip "pulls" the operator's hand forward into the grip for a more positive grip and better operational control of the weapon
  • Robust design easily exceeds industry standards for quality, strength and durability
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Love this grip. Just finished AR pistol in 7.62x39 with 10.5 inch barrel. Shoot today.runs great And this grip is really nice. Puts your wrist in a more neutral position, making hours of shooting much more comfortable. Will be building an SBR next and another "PDW GRIP" will definitely be on this build. Good value as well. Good job.

Reviewed by: Joe Hammond from Evansville In. on 10/2/2016

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Great grip


Really love this grip. The angle is fantastic. I was running magpul k2 before but my wrist would still get stressed on my sbr. This pdw is so much better. It's much more vertical

Reviewed by: Jonathan from Florida on 9/10/2016

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Nice and Light


Got this for my ar15 light weight build. Very light but solid. Lots of good texture. Might be a little big for smaller hands.

Reviewed by: Joseph C. from The Bay on 9/6/2016

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