Ergo Grip Tactical Deluxe Grip

by
posted on June 11, 2014
ergogrip.jpg

With the Ergo Grip Tactical Deluxe Grip, you can actually follow Rooster Cogburn's exhortation and fill your hand.

One of the significant advantages of the AR-15 platform is many items can easily be changed to suit the shooter, and one of the simplest upgrades involves replacing the pistol grip. For those with big mitts, the Tactical Deluxe Grip may be just the thing you're looking for in an upgrade.

Overmolded Suregrip material with ambidextrous palm swells, this grip is suited for those with larger hands. It fills the hand quite nicely, allowing firm purchase on the pistol grip and fostering a solid hold. If the standard AR-15 pistol grip leaves you wanting, the more-round, oversize Deluxe grip may be just what you're looking for in a replacement model. It's also available with an adjustable palm shelf for those looking for precision work.

MSRP: $40.70 ($60.50 with palm shelf)

Latest

riflescope facing right
riflescope facing right

First Look: Zeiss LRP S5 FFP Riflescope

Zeiss recently announced the launch of the new LRP S5 series of first-focal-plane riflescopes.

Review: Zev Technologies Core Duty Rifle

Zev Technologies has steadily increased its footprint in the firearm industry. Best known for placing its unique design spins on components for the most popular Glock and SIG Sauer pistols, this Centralia, WA-based company is also in the AR market.

First Look: Birchwood Casey 36-Inch Single Gun Case

Birchwood Casey is known for their targets and shooting support gear, and now they have just released a soft-padded case ideally suited for AR-15 and AK-pattern rifles, called the Single Gun Case 36 Inch.

I Carry: IWI Masada 9 mm Pistol in a KSG Armory Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry,"we have an IWI Masada 9 mm pistol with a Meprolight MicroRDS red-dot sight in a KSG Armory holster.

What is the Greatest Defensive Skill?

You can say what you want to about your favorite defensive school or those advanced-fighting techniques you learned, but the greatest defensive skill that a person can develop is simply awareness. I will freely admit that developing effective awareness is anything but simple, but being able to spot trouble before it is close enough to get in your face will certainly save you from a lot of trouble and possibly even some pain and grief.

Fightin' Iron: The Guns of George Mathews

Sometimes, custom gunsmiths don’t get credit where credit is due.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.