Strike Industries Megafin Featureless Grip
The Strike Industries Megafin Featureless grip has been designed from its inception specifically to provide an ergonomic solution to build a featureless AR. Our specially designed grip texture ensures security when maneuvering while the contour fills the palm for comfort, and the built-in finger bump provides both leverage and correct trigger finger placement.
Ratings & Reviews
by The MC -
Pros: Not a pistol grip, awesome for control of firearm as a right handed shooter, nice design
<br>Cons: *ambitious safety issue, potentially unformfotable for some, more of a classic grip angle
<br>The only complaint I actually have is that in some positions the thumb shelf gets a little uncomfortable. Something I noticed on my 308 not my 555's. It just seems to aggravate the portion of your hand that presses up against it on heavier rifles. As far as the ambi safety selector, it is a draw back, but I just reversed mine. Flat is still safe and up is still free. I just have to push it in a different direction. Yes, it's different, but nothing you can't overcome with training. The only reason you have this is because you live in a state that thinks a pistol grip turns this thing into a minigun. So you won't have guns without this grip. I think you could also go with a short throw safety to overcome it or just run a standard safety.
Best featureless grip out there
by Aaron -
I have to say that I'm very impressed with this grip. This grip is truly ergonomic and feels comfortable in my hands. You'll need a short arm ambi selector that has a slim profile. I do have a beefy ambi selector so it affects the resting position of my thumb on the thumb rest, but it's not that big a deal. Very happy with the buy, and I highly recommend it.
Close but not there
I really wanted to love this grip. When i installed it on my featurless riffle it felt great and i was really happy. When i went to install my abi selector thats when i knew this would not work. The grip comes with a nice grove to place your thumb its really nice and allows for very good grip but with the ambi selector that thum rest is in the way. You can no longer place the thumb there without hitting your selector. If you have a regular selector then this works great.