Future Forged’s New Halex and Halex S Carbon Fiber/Polymer Angled Forward Grips

Halex carbon fiber angled grip

Courtesy Future Forged

Press release:

Future Forged is a carbon fiber/polymer gun parts manufacturer that produces the lightest gun parts in the industry. Future Forged is owned and run by a former Corning engineer and a New York State peace officer/competitive shooter. Every product they produce goes through stringent testing, keeping the needs of the shooter in mind.

Halex carbon fiber angled grip

Halex-S foregrip and Vektor SG-1 grip (Courtesy Future Forged)

Their carbon fiber/polymer forward grips add almost no weight to the front of your rifle. The Halex is approximately .9 ounces and the Halex S weighs approximately .55 ounces. Strong enough to be run over by an SUV, they are chemically inert to their environment and do not readily take on heat or cold.

They can be customized with different colors, textures, and engravings. They also come with the ‘Forged 4 Ever’ Lifetime Warranty which is offered on all of their products.

Halex carbon fiber angled grip

Courtesy Future Forged

The company boasts of scientifically analyzed ergonomics for greater accuracy, comfort, and control of the weapon. The Halex and Halex S will give you superior control and make you feel more connected with the firearm as it aids in pulling the weapon into your shoulder pocket. It provides four different positions for your support hand to hold. Those positions are 30, 45, and 60 degree angled holds along with the ability to hold as a vertical grip, while still maintaining the the legal dimensions for an angled foregrip.

The Halex is equipped with a barricade stop, and the Halex S has no barricade stop. Both of these angled foregrips are available in key-Mod or Mlok attachments with high precision custom made stainless steel hardware. Picatinny rail attachment type is available through custom order at this time.


  1. avatar Dan W says:

    Tacticool meet Gucci.

    1. avatar Arc says:

      More or less what I thought when I saw the model for the photoshoot. I wouldn’t be surprised of there were tight fitting sleeves causing all them veins to pop. I hated rolling sleeves…

    2. avatar strych9 says:

      That’s called “Crye Precision”.

  2. avatar former water walker says:

    Wow .9oz! As heavy as a candy bar…alas no price. I’ll keep my Magpul RSV for now.

    1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

      $40 for the smaller, $50 for the larger.

      1. avatar drunkEODguy says:

        actually not obscene. Tempting for an ultralight build

  3. avatar GluteusMaximus says:

    Never saw any reason for this type of grip.

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