Hexmag announced it will show a new AR-15 pistol grip at the SHOT Show next year. The new grip is called the Hexmag Tactical Grip and is a different product than the Hexmag Advanced Tactical Grip (or ATG) that was announced last year.
The new Hexmag Tactical Grip is a direct replacement for the standard AR pistol grip. It has a fuller appearance and uses the company’s standard hex pattern on the sides of the grip. On this model, Hexmag opted to use a soft rubber overmold to increase both comfort and control while carrying and shooting the rifle.
Hexmag built in finger grooves in the grip. I don’t like finger grooves, but I know a lot of people do. According to the company, the grip is hollow so items can be stored in it. No information was provided on if the company was using some sort of insert or cap to hold things in it.
These pistol grips will retail for $34.99.
The older ATG models use hard polymer without the rubber overmolding. Unlike the new Tactical Grip, the Advanced Tactical Grip allows you to adjust the grip angle (three choices: 17˚, 25˚ and 33˚) and does not have finger grooves. It has a suggested retail price of $27.99.