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CAA MGRIP1 Ergonomic CQB Grip Black With Slots For Preasure Switches and Storage

 
Command Arms Accessories
MGRIP1
814716010181
2-CAAMGRIP1
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Specifications and Features:
Manufacturer: CAA
Model: MGRIP1 Ergonomic CQB Grip
Captive thumb prevents losing the screw plate
Two removable pressure switch mounting covers
Features finger grooves
Increased comfort and weapon performance
Provides more control during firing while reducing fatigue
Securely attaches to any Picatinny rail
Plugged cap provides warterproof battery storage
Finned design reduces weight and dissipates heat
Lifetime warranty
100% customer satisfaction
Made in Israel
Designed for Picatinny Rail
Material: Polymer
Weight: 3.2 oz
Height: 3.75"
Length: 3.5"
Width: 2.25"
 

Item#: 68553,2-CAAMGRIP1,20-CAAMGRIP1
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"Finally found the perfect grip. I tried the mag-well grips that slide over the magazine well, but they just didn't feep right. I didn't want a bi-pod grip or a flashlight grip or a vertical grip. I just wanted a nice grip that felt right and was well made. This grip slides right on and fits perfectly. Its the perfect size for my hands and gives great control of the weapon. Much better than just using the magazine as a stabilizing point. The storage area is an added bonus as well."
– Mutt
5.0 5
"Used it on a sig m400. Needed to dremmal a bit off the back since my m400 come with groves on the mag well that got in the way. Also needed a very small removal of material to the bottom back since the channel fins on the grip designed to help you insert magazines faster would not allow my p-mags to fall free when empty. I never expect a perfect fit but once these mods were done i had the perfect grip as others have mentioned and so 5 bullets still apply."
– Realistics