New Ergo Grip Textured Slim-Line Rail Cover for 2015

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Ergo Grip has come out with new products for 2015, including this Textured Slim-Line Rail Cover. From Ergo Grip:
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Ergo Grip Introduces New Textured Slim-Line Picatinny Rail Covers Moriarty, NM–
Designed for shooter performance and comfort, these new rail covers protect and fully cover Picatinny rails with the lowest, most comfortable profile possible.
Developed in response to demand from military, law enforcement, and civilian shooters, the Textured Slim-Line Rail Covers are the same size and shape as Ergo Grip’s Low Pro line, but have a textured top surface to provide the benefit of full rail covers while minimizing bulk and improving the shooter’s grip.
Perfect for use on quad rail handguards or any Picatinny rail, the Textured Slim-Line Rail Covers are molded from Santoprene® with Suregrip™ texture, providing a secure, comfortable gripping surface even in adverse conditions.
The low profile lets shooters fully cover rails yet, still use any shooting grip they want or need. Protecting rails from nicks and other damage is critical for precise mounting of optics, lasers, lights and other accessories. The rail covers also protect equipment, vehicle interiors and other surfaces from being marred or torn by exposed Picatinny rails.
Like all Ergo Grip covers and rails, the new Textured Slim-Line Rail Covers are firmly held in place by Ergo Grips’ patented design that snaps over the sides of the Picatinny rail, and with the molded in recoil lugs that engage the Picatinny cross slots. Textured Slim-Line Rail Covers are available in 18-slot sizes and are easily cut to size by the user. Currently available in black, coyote brown, dark earth, olive drab, and pink, they are sold in packs of three and have an MSRP of $31.50.
Visit www.ergogrips.net for more Ergo Grip product information or call 877-281-3783.
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katie.ainsworth

Katie is an avid shooter, hunter, military journalist, and Southern girl. Firearms are her passion whether at the range or on a spot-and-stalk after a big buck. She’s a staff writer at The Firearm Blog and writes about guns, hunting, and the military for various publications both online and in print such as Outdoor Life, Handguns, and Shooting Illustrated. Shoot her a message at ainsworth.kat@usa.com


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  • gunslinger

    just get some skateboard grip tape.

    at first that’s what i thought it looked like

    • Dracon1201

      I’ll get some and add skateboard tape. It sounds like a pretty clutch idea for the unused sections around my RVG.