ATI AR-15 X2 Scorpion Pistol Grip

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posted on December 24, 2014
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One of the strengths of the AR-15-platform family of rifles is the ability to tailor the rifle exactly to the individual shooter. While more firearms can be custom-fitted, the AR-15 family has a wide range of options available that do not require extensive modification to the rifle nor specialized tools or instruction.

ATI's AR-15 X2 Scorpion Pistol Grip allows a radically different pistol grip to be put on your rifle to assist with recoil and facilitates proper hand placement for optimum purchase. The grip is impervious to chemicals and the elements and installs in seconds (just make sure not to let the safety spring fly off to parts unknown! Not that we know anything about that...).

Most interesting about this grip is not only does it contain two different textures, but it comes in two separate pieces. The front of the grip has aggressively stippled finger sections, and is separate from the back portion, which has a grippy, recoil-absorbing almost gel-like section. The front attaches to the lower receiver, with an open section for far easier attachment of the grip. The back slides into place and the two pieces attach with a small machine screw.

MSRP: $24.99. Available in black, desert tan, destroyer grey and black with red accents.

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