To increase aftermarket support, many firearms are being designed to accept widely available AR pistol grips. Recently, more shooters are preferring steeper angles on their grips. This allows them to be in a more upright and natural shooting position. These two trends combined have lead Strike Industries to release the newest in their line of AR grips. At an almost vertical 15-degree angle, this is the new Strike Industries AR Flat Top Overmolded Pistol Grip.
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The Strike Industries Flat Top Overmolded Pistol Grip (15-Degree) is a rubberized texture pistol grip for aftermarket Ruger® 10/22 stock/chassis, modern precision rifle chassis systems, AR’s and any weapon that does not use or want a beavertail grip. The specific dimensional design is made to be comfortable and compatible for a Ruger® 10/22 aftermarket stock/chassis platform, but will fit any modern bolt-action rifle chassis that can only use a flat top AR compatible pistol grip.
A Hot 15 Degrees: The AR Flat Top Overmolded Pistol Grip
If your firearm can’t accept a beavertail, or if you just don’t want one, this grip was designed for you. Tapering at the webbed section of the shooter’s hand, as well as swelling in the palm, are features added to improve comfort. These dimensions paired with the rubber overmolded material will keep your hand where it needs to be. While the grip was designed for aftermarket Ruger 10/22 chassis, it can also be used with any modern precision rifle that uses AR grips. These are also compatible with AR-15 and AR-10 rifles and pistols.
-Weight: 1.9 oz
The Strike Industries YouTube channel is full of information on their new products. It also has some videos that can be helpful while installing new parts. I recommend you take a look. You can also find Strike Industries on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more news.