ERGO Releaes ERGO 2 Grip

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posted on November 23, 2011
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Both of these advanced grips provide shooters with the same features they expect from their ERGO Grips including an ergonomically correct, rubber over molded nonâ€slip gripping surface. Design advancements include an A2 sized inner cavity that is capable of storing many kit systems available on the retail market.

Unique to the ERGO 2 AR Grip is its interchangeable design allowing proper fitment to both .556 and .308 AR/Colt lower receivers without a need for spacer inserts. Additionally, the ERGO 2 AR Grip provides proper fitment for the HK 416/MR 556 weapon platform.

Designed specifically to fit the FNH SCAR lower receiver, the ERGO 2 SCAR Grip eliminates the need for shooters to make any manual modifications to their grip. In order to provide consistent styling, the SCAR Grip and Low Profile Rail Covers will soon be made available in Coyote Brown as part of the ERGO SCAR Enhancement Kit.

The ERGO 2 SCAR Grip will be made available to shooters in both Black and Coyote Brown, while the ERGO 2 AR Grip will be made available in Black, Dark Earth and OD GREEN.

As with every ERGO product, these two grips are 100% American Made.

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