Magpul Releases New M-LOK-Compatible Shotgun Fore-ends and AFG

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posted on November 19, 2014
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As an evolution to our existing MOE Forends for the Remington 870 and Mossberg 590/590A1 shotguns, today Magpul Industries will be releasing updated versions with M-LOK slots to accept our ever expanding array of M-LOK accessories.  This forend adds modularity to these proven platforms for sporting use, home defense, or duty use.

In addition, we are also releasing a variant of the popular AFG (Angled Fore Grip) for M-LOK systems.  While the current AFG and AFG-2 are remaining in production for use with M1913 Picatinny systems, the M-LOK AFG directly attaches to all makes of M-LOK hand guards and forends with no rail required.

The M-LOK AFG is an M-LOK compatible update of the original Magpul AFG & AFG2, the original products that changed the way shooters think about forend grips.  A new radiused curve grip area allows greater freedom in placement of the M-LOK AFG on the hand guard while still maintaining correct wrist angles and ergonomics.

A streamlined, minimalist design molded of our reinforced polymer material creates a one-piece, high strength grip that weighs a mere 1.2 ounces including hardware.  The M-LOK AFG is ¾-inch shorter than the AFG2 while maintaining a similar gripping surface area for a smaller mounting footprint on hand guards with just as much room for the shooter's hand.

The forward finger index, similar to the original AFG, provides additional options in gripping and hand placement, while a contoured rear surface allows placing the M-LOK AFG directly in front of an M-LOK MVG for a combination that provides even more versatility.

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