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Magul Angled Grips... What are your thoughts
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I'm finally breaking down and dressing up the MAK 90. Was looking at the Angled Grips and wanted to know what everyones thoughts were on these. Do you like them or not? Do you think they are a useful item or just a gimmick.
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mtbkski;76479 Wrote:I'm finally breaking down and dressing up the MAK 90. Was looking at the Angled Grips and wanted to know what everyones thoughts were on these. Do you like them or not? Do you think they are a useful item or just a gimmick.

I have them on two of my rifles. I find I use them as a point of reference more than anything else. I actually keep my hand fairly far forward on them, two fingers over the front and two fingers on the first part of the angle. I grip using the thumb break method with the high elbow to keep the muzzle climb under control, I'm guessing that is a large part of why I don't use the entire angled grip. I am actually thinking of swapping out for these...

Magpul XTM Hand Stop
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csmith;76487 Wrote:I have them on two of my rifles. I find I use them as a point of reference more than anything else. I actually keep my hand fairly far forward on them, two fingers over the front and two fingers on the first part of the angle. I grip using the thumb break method with the high elbow to keep the muzzle climb under control, I'm guessing that is a large part of why I don't use the entire angled grip. I am actually thinking of swapping out for these...

Magpul XTM Hand Stop

Hmmmm, I do like the looks of that one (Hand Stop). Does seem like it would actually serve a very useful purpose. Have to see what I can find out about this one.
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I have one on my 15-22 and 1 on my AR. I like them because it feels more natural from a grip standpoint. my wrist isn't cocked as much.
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I use em and like em.

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