Although there are now about a million AR manufacturers out there, there is one thing that is the same on all of them. The grip. Sure you have grips with textures and finger grooves, etc. but no one has thought about length of pull. I am not talking about length of pull of the shoulder stock. I am referring to length of pull of your finger to the trigger. I am 6 feet tall and have long fingers. When I grab a rifle with the stock grip on it I tend to overreach the trigger. Introducing Accu-Grip. A grip that can be adjusted backwards or forwards to fit your finger length of pull perfectly. Why was this so difficult to think of?
The Accu-Grip kit comes with a block with teeth that is first screwed in to the lower. The grip then screws in to the block and can be adjusted back and forth on the teeth to the perfect spot for you. Simple but effective. I have installed one on my competition 3 Gun AR and it has made all of the difference. As I grab the rifle quickly to pursue a stage, my finger fits perfectly at the pad where I want it on the first grab of the rifle. This saves me time believe it or not and helps with trigger control. Any other shooter I have demonstrated it to went home to buy one immediately. A successful idea of a solution to a problem.
The owners of Accu-Grip are brothers-in-law and both are about 6’5″. Both veterans they wanted to find a solution for their long fingers when shooting ARs. Not even a year old the company has become very popular very quickly. They were finally able to get a booth at Shot Show 2014 this year. The MSRP on the grips is $39.99 and they come in a variety of colors as well as in an AK version. You can find their product and information at www.accu-grip.net