Strike Industries: NEW AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG)


    The grip angle on an AR-15 is as personal as the underwear you wore to the range. Everyone likes something different for the stance they use, purpose of the firearm, and general comfort. Now available from Strike Industries, the AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG) allows users to adjust the angle of their grip on the fly.

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    The patented Strike Industries AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG) gives you a custom adjustment for your specific shooting comfort, needs or mission. The MAPG has an adjustment range from 10 to 35 degrees offering a low angle for that PDW setup or modern shooting positions. Maximize the ergonomics of your AR if you shoot elbows in. For those whose style is to shoot elbows out, we have the high angles to match or go beyond the traditional A2 grip angle. For everyone in between, Strike Industries has got you covered with this adjustable grip.

    AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG) From Strike Industries


    The Strike Industries AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG) gives you the option of changing your grip angle for different applications. The range of adjustment is from 10 to 35 degrees. To adjust the angle, remove the plug at the bottom of the grip then use the included hex tool to choose your angle. The plug that comes with the MAPG is the Strike Industries Grip Plug Tool Holder Insert. This means you can store the hex wrench in the grip, keeping you from losing it while you train. The MAPG is available in black or FDE.



    • Length: 4.57″
    • Width: 1.23″
    • Height: 4.26″
    • Weight: 3.90 oz
    • MSRP: $34.95 (black), $35.95 (FDE)


    If you’d like to try one of these on your latest build, head over to the Strike Industries website to order one. For more from Strike, like and follow on all of their social pages. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Selfies aren’t the only thing that need the right angle!

    Nic L

    Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.