Ergo Grip's Furniture in Robin's Egg Blue

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posted on October 7, 2016
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Ergo Grip, known for its AR-15 furniture options, has launched a new color option to appeal to shooters looking to brighten up their AR platforms: robin's egg blue. The new color is available on the company's F93 Pro Stock, Ergo 2 Grip, Ergo Never Quit Magwell Grip and various models of the company's rail covers.

The F93 Pro Stock is an eight-position collapsible stock that locks into place to prevent rattling. The locking design on the F93 is designed to stiffen up the butt once it is set to the shooter's desired length so that it imitates the feel of a fixed stock. Overall length of the buttstock is adjustable from eight inches to 12 inches. Total weight of the F93 is 1.3 pounds. The stock ships with an over molded carbine-length buffer tube, standard castle nut and an ambidextrous sling plate. The F93 Pro Stock retails at a suggested price of $222.50.

The company's Ergo 2 Grip is designed for use on AR-15-style lowers and features an inner cavity that is sized to fit the same accessories available for the A2 pistol grip cavity. The grip features ergonomic finger grooves and includes an integrated rear upper extension that is designed to support the web of a shooter's hand. The company uses a proprietary SUREGRIP material in the construction of its AR grip that provides a non-slip surface that is nearly impervious to oils and solvents. Suggested retail price on the Ergo 2 Grip is $32.95.

Ergo Grip's Never Quit Magwell Grip reconfigures the design of an AR-15 magwell into an ergonomic grip zone for those who prefer to wrap their hands around an AR magwell. The grip is easy to install, but it does require the removal of an AR trigger guard for use. If your AR does not have a removable trigger guard, then the Magwell Grip cannot be installed. The grip is constructed from Santoprene, which is resistant to oils and solvents. The suggested retail price of the Never Quit Magwell Grip is $26.75.

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