Magpul MOE 1911 Grip Panel, TSP Texture

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posted on October 31, 2014
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Known for the excellent polymer magazines and AR-15 furniture the company manufacturers, Magpul has also had an MOE 1911 grip in the lineup for several years. It contained little Magpul logos and served to bring brand loyalty to your handgun.

Magpul has upped the ante with the next logical step in the 1911 grip evolution. TSP (Trapezoidal Surface Projections) texture offers an aggressive grip to firmly anchor the pistol in the shooter's hand. Grips are designed for use with ambidextrous safeties and fit full-size 1911s with standard grip screw bushings.

The grip provides solid purchase without sacrificing comfort. The panels are secure, but don't grate your palms raw. Be aware, though, that these are designed for a traditional grip—the thumbs-forward model is still perfectly usable with the new grips, but the molded contours will not support this grip.

MSRP: $19.95. Available in black, flat dark earth, olive drab green and stealth grey.

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