Magpul MOE AK+ Grip

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posted on February 23, 2015
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In keeping with the new Zhukov-S and MOE stock for the AK-47-platform, there's a simpler upgrade available from Magpul for this combloc staple.

Designed to bring the same functionality the company's innovative AR-15 grips bring, the AK+ grip is designed for the Kalashnikov.

The Magpul MOE AK+ grip brings the same over-molded rubber grip with reinforced polymer construction Magpul offers for the AR-15-platform to the AK-47 platform. With a hard-plastic bottom edge for greater durability and a storage core for spare parts or batteries, the MOE AK+ is designed to foster greater control and improve ergonomics.

In addition to providing solid purchase on the rifle, the AK+ grip allows something else: personalization. While a multitude of options exists for the AR-15 platform, the AK-47 has been fairly limited in the options available should one wish to customize. It appears Magpul is looking to change this paradigm.

MSRP: $24.95. Available in black, flat dark earth, stealth gray and OD green.

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