Magpul MOE SL Grip

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posted on October 15, 2014
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Continuing with its line of affordable and useful upgrades for the AR-15 platform, Magpul introduced the MOE SL line earlier this year as a SLim (see!) version of the company's established MOE product line.

The MOE SL grip replaces the standard pistol grip on AR-15-style rifles, and features a more vertical grip angle than the standard grip. It features Magpul's aggressive TSP texture for positive purchase and excellent ergonomics, offering a slightly smaller-size grip.

Prominent in this grip is an extended beavertail backstrap for enhanced ergonomics. This backstrap may not fit flush with some 7.62 NATO receivers, Magpul states this is purely a cosmetic matter and that the grip will function with all lowers, whether AR-15- or AR-10-based.

MSRP: $19.95. Available in black only at time of posting.

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