Occam Defense Solutions
Hand Stippled Tango Down GripsOccam Defense Solutions
When our founder Brian first heard about stippled grips for the AK, his first thought was, "Holy smokes that's a dumb idea. Just get a grip that works!". He tried the US Palm grip, and then understood why people stippled it. The form is great, but the texture is so slick as to be almost useless. He used the Hogue grip for several years, thinking that it was perfect-- great grip, texture, and finger grooves. When we set out to release the ODS-1775, we immediately selected it as our default grip. We then learned why more folks don't use it: The finger grooves are either too small or too big for almost everybody.
Around the same time we met Jake Masterson of Modern Defensive Enhancement (MDE). We tried out their stipple jobs on the Tango Down Battle Grip (effectively the same grip as the US Palm offering), and knew we had struck pay dirt. The grip works superbly well for almost everybody, and boosts your effective strength considerably with the friction it provides when stippled.
MDE stippled grips have a distinct look and feel, and gives you a grip which grabs you back, but won't leave your hands shredded like more aggressive stippling.
We're offering them in the natural black color, as well as Cerakote® Magpul® Flat Dark Earth (FDE) and Olive Drab (OD).
**PLEASE NOTE CERAKOTED GRIPS MAY HAVE A DELAYED SHIPMENT OF UP TO 72 HOURS**
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GREAT HAND GRIP
I was skeptical of stippling.That being said this is the best feeling grip i have ever used.OD green color match was spot on.
Absolutely night and day difference between a stock ak grip and this. Opted for the MDE stippling and couldn't be happier I'm sure the other stippling job is just as good but this one just feels right. It's not to rough it's just right you could run all-day without gloves.
This is the Tango Down Battle Grip as the Gods intended. If the Allfather laid aside his mighty spear Gungnir to take up a Kalashnikov, this is the grip he would demand. Ware, Vanir, for this grip renders the weapon nigh impossible to drop. Also, it's still comfy.