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    AR15 Grips

    Looking for a new grip for my AR.

    What does everyone think about the sharper angle grips like the Magpul K2+ or the BCM Gunfighter Mod3 for the kind of shooting we do on the stages?

    What is your favorite AR grip right now?
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    I like the K2+ Grips, have them on my latest builds. My standard go-to grip is the MOE+. Have them on most of my ARs. I have smaller hands and my wife likes the slimmer K2+ grips as do I.
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    James do you notice the different grip angle between the MOE and K2 as being a plus or minus?
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    I have both K2 and BCM grips as well as MOE and whatever else. I greatly prefer the angle of the BCM and the K2. It works better with the more current grips/stance. I marginally prefer the BCM to the K2. Both are great but the BCM feels like it's a little smaller where the trigger and middle finger wrap around.....and for whatever reason I like that. I feel like it helps me from getting too handsy with pinky and ring finger. I wouldn't call the high angle grip a game changer, but I do prefer it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by straightshooter View Post
    James do you notice the different grip angle between the MOE and K2 as being a plus or minus?
    I don't really notice the grip angle that much to be honest.
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    Maybe it's my passion for 2011s that cause me to need a lot of grip to hold on to. I've handled numerous grips and for my hands, I prefer the Ergo Deluxe. Has a palm swell on both sides and fills my hands up, providing me a solid grip. Every AR variant and my MPX have an Ergo Deluxe grip installed.

    I have a large hands with long skinny fingers, so YMMV. But you're welcome to handle my carbine next time we're at DO.
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