A*B Arms Tavor Fore-end Grip

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posted on May 29, 2014
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When you have an innovative, award-winning rifle like the IWI US Tavor, a market will almost organically arise to provide purpose-built parts for that platform. American Built Arms (also known as A*B Arms) has such an enterprise with the company's new T*Grip.

Constructed of a polymer composite material and manufactured in the U.S. by veterans, the T*Grip is designed specifically to match the Tavor's unique profile. The front of the grip is contoured to match the Tavor's "lip," and the grip itself angles inward to lessen the likelihood of catching on obstructions. It is also shorter to keep an overall lower profile.

In the grip itself is a storage area perfect for AA or CR123 batteries for powered optics or any small parts that might be needed. Side swells help the T*Grip fill the shooter's support hand, and the grip has a slight texture to improve purchase without shredding delicate fingers. It is designed to fit all Picatinny rails and has two-bolt attachment for superior stability.

MSRP: $39.99

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