A*B Arms T*Grip for the IWI US Tavor SAR

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posted on May 14, 2014
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American Built Arms Company (A*B Arms), a Veteran-owned manufacturer of firearms and firearms parts and accessories, is proud to announce the release of the A*B Arms T*Grip for the IWI US Tavor SAR bullpup. Unlike any other vertical grip on the market, the T*Grip was designed and produced specifically for the highly popular Tavor SAR.

"We saw that the TAVOR SAR had limited accessories and the ones that were available through other parts manufacturers were actually designed for AR-15's and other rifle platforms yet coincidentally worked on the TAVOR as a second thought. We saw some subtle issues with these designs and decided to design and manufacture our own vertical grip specifically for the TAVOR SAR," said Jason Combs, President and Founder of American Built Arms Company.

The A*B Arms T*Grip for the Tavor SAR is made from a proprietary blend of polymer composite material with two bolt attachments providing extra strength. Completely designed and manufactured in the United States by a Veteran-owned company, the T*Grip fits on a MIL STD 1913 Picatinny rail and contains a battery compartment holding two AA batteries or one CR123 battery.

The patent-pending ergonomic design of the T*Grip with its side-swells gives the user positive grip of the Tavor for greater control during rapid and repeated firing. The design also prevents unwanted rotation which can occur on circular vertical grips. In response to a common complaint about current grips on the market, A*B Arms designed the T*Grip to follow the contour of the front hand-stop lip and prevent the index or middle finger from getting pinched in that gap between the lip and the grip. The T*Grip's low-profile length and slight inward angle offers less chance for catching on clothing or gear during maneuvers. MSRP is $39.99.

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