The vertical grip is a very common accessory in the AR-15 world for many riflemen both for duty and competitive use. The BGV-ML1 is TangoDown’s latest offering in their extensive lineup of bipods, foregrips, rail covers, and magazines for the AR-15 platform. The BGV-ML1 combines the original design of the tango down stubby grip and mates it with the M-LOK rail interface.
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BGV-ML1 M-LOK Stubby Vertical Grip from TangoDown
- Compatible with slotted rail systems meeting M-LOK® TDP
- Compact length, with comfortable injection-molded shape
- Mil-Spec quality hardware for years of rugged, failure-free use
- OA length: 3.125″ Weight: 2.2 oz. Made in USA
**M-LOK is a registered trademark of Magpul Industries Corp.
The BGV-ML1 makes use of a single set screw for quick and easy installation onto your rifle and each of the fasteners is constructed from stainless steel and pre-treated with a Vibra-Tite thread locker so your hardware doesn’t loosen over time. The mount inside of the polymer grip is made from aircraft-grade aluminum and finished off with a Type III hard coat anodized finish. The new grip will be available in either Black or Flat Dark Earth coloring and will be sold for $41.95.
The compact size of the grip combined with the comfortable injection molded shape will ensure that you get a better grip on your rifle without fatiguing your hands as you go about your duties or training regimen. TangoDown says that their Mil-spec quality hardware will last for years of rugged failure-free use and should be compatible with all M-LOK spec handguards. For more information or to order the TangoDown BGV-ML1 Stubby vertical grip visit TangoDown.com
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