First-Ever AR Grips from VZ Grips

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posted on November 11, 2016
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The newest line of grips from VZ Grips are built for the most popular rifles in America: The AR-15. The company's new VZ AR Grip is precision-machined from a solid piece of G10 laminate.

“We hope to continue to offer folks products that they can depend on day in, and day out," said John VanZyck, owner of VZ Grips. "VZ Weapon Solutions is more than just a side project for us. It’s our way of showing the newer generation of shooters that we are looking out for them, too.”

The new AR Grip was designed from scratch, and the company built in a 17-degree grip angle designed to prevent grip fatigue and allow shooters to more easily maneuver with their rifle. The new grips come in two sizes: standard and "Shorty."

According to the company, the line will eventually expand to encompass all of VZ Grip's patterns and colors. For now, available patterns are: Alien, Frag, Recon, Diamond Slant and Operator 2. The new VZ AR Grip retails at a suggested price of $95.

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