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Magpul MOE RVG Rail Vertical Grip, 1913

Designed for use with milspec 1913 Picatinny rail hand guards, the RVG is a basic, light weight, cost-effective vertical fore grip.  Shape is ergonomically designed for use as a traditional vertical grip.  It has also been optimized for use with the "thumb break method" of shooting as taught by Magpul Dynamics. Includes a custom fitted accessory rail and all mounting hardware.

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$24.95
$23.70
In stock
as of 07/19/2024 7:51AM CST
Store Inventory
Available OnlineMore than 10
Fountain Valley, CAMore than 5
The Colony, TX4
SKU: MAG412-BLK
UPC: 873750005003


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Designed for use with milspec 1913 Picatinny rail hand guards, the RVG is a basic, light weight, cost-effective vertical fore grip.  Shape is ergonomically designed for use as a traditional vertical grip.  It has also been optimized for use with the "thumb break method" of shooting as taught by Magpul Dynamics. Includes a custom fitted accessory rail and all mounting hardware.


Customer Reviews

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# of Ratings: 2
1. on 6/2/2014, said:
5 stars out of 5
Got the FDE version. Also comes with hardware to mount directly on to your MOE handguards, which I did. Later on, I will install a free float rail system, and this grip will mount to that as well. Fits nicely, looks and works great!
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2. on 5/18/2010, said:
5 stars out of 5
Great product! Has a nice non slip texture to it. Easy to install. Great for shooters with small hands like myself. My hand fits perfectly over the grip. For those with large hangs, your hands may be out in the open off the grip itself.
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