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Magazine Well Grips from EMA Tactical

 

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EMA Tactical is proud to introduce their three newest grips. A significant number of shooters like to hold onto the magazine well to provide shooting stability. Our new grips provide a comfortable solution. These ambidextrous grips are positioned at a balancing point on the rifle providing a comfortable no slip carry option.

Three different models provide the user with their choice of magazine grip. The curved magazine grip (MGRIP) provides the shooter with a curved surface with ridges to grasp. The lightweight 3.2 oz grip mounts easily to any Picatinny rail with a vice like screw tightened clamping mechanism and provides the operator with a comfortable forward grasp.

The finger groove magazine grip (MGRIP1) provides the user with three ergonomic indentations for comfortable finger placement. In addition, there is a plugged waterproof storage compartment for batteries or other small objects. On both sides of the grip are removable covers for the recessed pressure switch mounting channels. The grip is designed with 2 rails to assist in guiding the magazine into the magazine well. The lightweight 3.2 oz grip mounts to any Picatinny rail with a vice like screw tightened clamping mechanism and provides the operator with a comfortable forward grasp.

The magazine well grip (MGRIP2) is a two-piece grip that does not require a Picatinny rail for mounting. Just tighten the lightweight 3.2 oz grip around the magazine well and you have comfortable finger grooves and two removable covers for the recessed pressure switch mounting channels.

All of the magazine well grips come with EMA’s unconditional lifetime warranty and are made from an impact resistant space age polymer.

For more information, visit www.ematactical.com.

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