New from Magpul . . .
MOE® K2-XL Grip
Extra-large vertical grip
Designed for use with larger hands and to enhance precision shooting with an AR, the K2-XL Grip is similar to our MOE-K2® Grip – AR15/M4 but it’s nearly 25% bigger. It offers a more vertical grip angle to improve comfort and control on short LOP rifles where the primary hand is closer to the shooter’s body and enables proper finger placement in precision shooting to improve accuracy.
Its TSP texture increases positive weapon control, the front and rear serrations provide traction. The K2-XL brings modern styling and ergonomics to the AR platform in a larger size. The XL grip cap, oil bottle grip core, and mounting hardware are included, but other Magpul grip cores will not fit with the K2-XL grip cap.
- Approximately 25% larger than MOE K2 Grip
- More vertical angle provides optimal hand position for modern shooting techniques
- Accepts proprietary XL grip cap and oil bottle grip core (not compatible with current grip cores)
- TSP textured side panels and front and rear serrations provide positive traction and enhanced weapons control
MSRP – $23.95
c’mon, man! get a grip!
I can’t it’s too big. It’s an XL.
“That’s what she said”- Michael Scott.
This would be interesting ‘if’ I had any black scary rifles.
You can put it on your multi-colored scary rifle – it doesn’t have to be black!
You know what they say about a man with a big grip……….
Better firearm handling….
Video is awesome..
I wear 2XL to 3XL gloves, and size 15 shoes. (The answer to your next question is yes) In a world that worships miniaturization, I will go way out of my way to find the best size. I’m in my late 60’s. Since I was 15 years old the conversation in shoe stores went like this; salesman “Welcome, how can I help you?” ME “What shoes do you have in size 15?” Salesman “Uhhhhm”
Me have long fingers.
Gonna get me one.
You know what they say… The bigger your hands, the bigger grip your AR needs.
I have been pulling on size 15 boots since I was 20; I was pulling on 14’s when I was still in high school; I am now in my early 50’s