Magpul M-LOK AFG

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posted on December 29, 2014
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Magpul's new modular accessory-attachment system, called M-LOK, offers solid attachment with minimal hassle. M-LOK compatible fore-ends have slots tailored for M-LOK components that mate simply and easily with the fore-end without the need for rails, meaning grips, bipods, slings and other accessories are more secure than ever.

Magpul has extended the M-LOK line with the company's extremely popular Angled Fore Grip, or AFG. This innovative grip combines a positive stop for the support hand while maintaining a low profile on the fore-end, and allows for a foregrip more tailored to the "C" clamp style of support.

Vertical foregrips aren't for everyone, so the angled grip offers a possibility to those who eschew the traditional vertical mount. With positive stops both fore and aft, the support hand finds solid purchase easily on the AFG. The M-LOK mounting system means it can be placed precisely where needed on the fore-end for maximum comfort and stability.

MSRP: $26.95. Available in black, flat dark earth, olive drag green and stealth grey.

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