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Hogue AK-47/AK-74 Handguard with Rubber Gripping Green

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Hogue is a family owned and operated business based out of Paso Robles Ca. Their initial offerings were rubber based wrap around grips but have since expanded to gear and accessories to cover just about every imaginable modern day firearm. Few companies can offer the Grips (Overmold, Exotic, Scrimshaw, Aluminum and G10 Grips), Stocks, Knives, Holsters and other accessories Hogue offers. Hogue is sure to have what you need.

Overmolding provides the ultimate in a comfortable, non-slip, super smooth attractive finish that is durable and extremely quiet. The exclusive Cobblestone texture further enhances all Hogue stocks by providing an efficient non-slip, non irritating stippling pattern. Overmolded Stocks are constructed by molding a super strong, rigid fiberglass reinforced skeleton or "insert" that precisely fits the guns' action. This rigid skeleton is then ovemolded with a durable but soft synthetic elastomer (rubber). During the heat and extreme pressure of injection molding the elastomer adheres chemically as well as mechanically to the skeleton, resulting in a permanent bond between the rubber and the insert. The super strong skeleton gives the stocks their strength, and the precise molded dimensions provide a perfect drop-in fit of your rifle or shotgun. The state of the art elastomer material used on Hogue stocks won't harden with age and is virtually impervious to all oils and solvents found around firearms, providing years of dependable service.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: 74804
Section 922(r) compliant
Ghillie Green
Made in the USA

AK-47/AK-74 Standard Chinese and Russian Handguard


Item#: AKS-128-008
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