VZ Grips Long-Gun Textured Panels

posted on May 20, 2016

VZ Grips, long known for its pistol grips, has expanded into the long-gun market with textured, interlocking grip panels. The VZ Inter-Lok KMG’s are precision-machined in in proprietary textures and G10 colors, and a seamless grip allows for a textured heat guard. VZ’s Slim KMG’s are a slim low-profile grip solution for a KeyMod platform.

VZ has also partnered with Bravo Company USA to use its patent pending Inverted KeyMod screw, which eliminates extra hardware and uses a T15 torx head—already a standard for all VZ grip screws.

Watch a video here, and for more information, please visit vzgrips.com.

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