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Sure Grip for AR-15/M-16 by Ergo Grip



If you frequently use your AR for long durations, then comfort is key. You need to remove the potential for fatigue in your grip hand. With that in mind, Ergo Grip gives your their Sure Grip for AR-15/M-16. First, it's been contoured and shaped for max comfort. Second, it has a textured rubber surface that's soft and gives you a positive purchase between your hand and your rifle's grip. Combine these two features together, and you get an AR grip that won't tire out your hand, even if you're holding your AR for long periods of time. See below for more info.

Additional Features:

  • Fits AR-15 type firearms in .223 and .308
  • Ergonomically correct finger grooves
  • Virtually impervious to oils and solvents
  • Comes with The Gapper
Made in the USA Lifetime Warranty

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