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    Default Choosing new AR grip

    Is there anything specific to go by, or just how it “feels” .
    Eyeing the Magpul MOE+
    https://www.magpul.com/products/moe-plus-grip-ar15-m4

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    The gun set up may influence the choice.

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    CQA 14.5”.
    13” rail with RDS.

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    I have the same rifle and changed to the same MOE grip. havent had a chance to shoot with it yet but from the onset it feels and handles miles better than the stock grip, way smoother, better fill in my rather small hands and just by handling the rifle with the new grip i can already feel less discomfort which i used to feel with the stock grip.

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    Magpul MOE+ grip is fantastic. I also like the Daniel Defence grip but still think the Magpul MOE+ is better.

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    On paper, the Ergo grips look really good. Any first hand experience with them?

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    Modern shooting techniques benefit from a more vertical grip angle. I can recommend the Bravo Company BCM Gunfighter Mod 2.

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    I dont like the MOE+ rubbery feel

    MOE works well for me

    Not a fan of vertical grips but many guys use them
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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    Bravo Company (BCM) grip is also an option , not sure where you will find stock locally , perhaps Hailstorm.

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    Default Re: Choosing new AR grip

    Quote Originally Posted by HitMan_ View Post
    On paper, the Ergo grips look really good. Any first hand experience with them?
    Yes, they're fantastically Ergonomic and very functional. My choice by far. Second to that MOE+.

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