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From Future Forged:

The Vektor X is the newest design of AR grips from Future Forged. The grip boasts a beaver tail, a single finger well, extended pommel, beavertail/tang and a strong tendon down the middle of the grip. The grip has a 15.5 degree grip angle along with an ergonomic design to fit a larger number of different hand sizes. The design stemmed from hundreds of bio metrics of different peoples hands to produce the most versatile grip on the market today.

The carbon fiber infused polymer design is extremely rugged and robust. It is resistant to impacts and designed for the most aggressive use an operator can throw at it. The Carbon fiber is by nature, inert to it’s environment however it allows heat from your hand or glove to be conducted back into your hand. The design is made to place your hand at the same spot every time to give you increased accuracy, comfort and control The texture on the outside is designed to provide increasingly efficient grip even in the slickest and harshest environments.

This grip is able to be fully customized – including bio customization – many different color combinations, stippling designs, and even added finger wells if desired. The standard grip boasts a total weight including the grip screw (shipped with the grip) of 1.5 oz for the standard version (no colors or customization). It has been extremely well received at the 2020 Great American Outdoor show where it was released it for the first time and was their top seller for the show.

This product is soon to be added to current Future Forged inventory carried by Optics Planet and Brownells.

YouTube video reviews of Future Forged products are available to view by Gun Guy TV, C4 Defense, Stardude Outdoors and Poor Man’s Black Rifle.

To learn more about this product, and their other products visit their website at

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  1. What the heck is it? And, why would I want one? Maybe a picture of it installed might give us a clue.

    • Maybe stick to knives Mack. It says exactly what they are. If you can’t figure it out, then I would suggest you move along. Blades down preferably.

    • They use them for competition guns. Pretty useless everywhere else. It’s the whole “take the back seat out of the civic to make it go faster” mentality. Or at least, I think, because it’s the only time I have seen these oddballs on any AR’s.

    • Mack,

      They are grips with racing strips and carbon fiber composite construction. Carbon fiber to reduce weight & drag when performing your tacticool John Wick bust-a-moves, and stripes to make the bullets go faster.

  2. Here is one of those times it would have bennifited the readers to have seen this actually mounted on an AR platform to see its aesthetics and form. Hope you update this veiw. But it looks fancy. But I’m not really into looks as much as funtionality.

  3. Why?

    What new functionality does this have vs..everything else on market already?

    Bet it will be expensive too..

    • Ninety bucks for the grip alone! I will stick with much more ergonomic and cheaper grips which have a storage cavity and which don’t look like I 3D printed them myself.

  4. They do a couple foregrips that seem interesting but I can’t say my socks were blown off.

    Lately though
    Stainless steel, chrome, nickel, and wood have been getting my attention. Earth tones that make a person think of the Terminator skeleton underneath.

  5. I see two possibilities for that AR pistol grip and foregrip combo:

    1. Utra light weight, if that appeals to you.

    2. Fashion Forward, if that appeals to you.

    “Not that there’s anything wrong with that …”

  6. I just looked on their website. PUKE. Seriously god awful ugly. Reminds me of giant off-colored spoilers on a ricer.

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