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Old 12-03-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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What's your favorite pistol grip system and why? Can you tell I'm about to order one?!?

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Old 12-03-2012, 09:41 PM   #2
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Moe+

rubberized grippy cheap no complaints....liek them more than my miads

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Ergo SureGrip because it is rubber and fits big hands and my wife's smaller hands.
http://www.rogtac.com/lower-parts/ergo-suregrip-ar15-m16-grip-kit-black.html

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Right now, I am looking at CA UPG16: http://store.commandarms.com/products/UPG16.html

Not sure though, I like the idea of being able to adjust it for my hand, I have large hands lol. It does look cool, form -vs- function ... Anyone ever try one out? I am also looking at Magpul's MOE+ too.

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I like the Ergo.

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Hogue rubberized . just fits my hand best , second choice MOE + also rubberized

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I also recommend the Magpul MOE. There are many options for the grip storage.

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I like my Tacstar (sister company to Pachmyar). A nice oversized rubber grip for big hands.

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Moe+

rubberized grippy cheap no complaints....liek them more than my miads
Another vote for the MOE+. Perfect for an average size hand and more traction than the old MOE.
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Magpul miad has adjustible peices. Kinda nice is you have not so average size hands.

Honestly its another one of those things you got get a handle on in person.

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