ERGO Grips Celebrating 25th Anniversary In 2023

posted on January 17, 2023
ERGO Grips

ERGO Grips is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2023 and, throughout the year, will be holding giveaways, special sales and offering a limited-edition Anniversary Grip. Since 1998, the company has produced high-quality firearm upgrades right here in the United States, each designed to increase comfort and control of firearms.

Headlining the special promotion is the pair of rifles given away as part of the company’s Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show booth and exhibit. Entry is already open, but you must be at least 18 years old to claim either “Golden AR” (local, state and federal laws also apply). There is no cost to enter the random drawing and full details—along with entry form—are found on this web page. Winners will be drawn after the SHOT Show.

In addition, some ERGO Grips upgrades include a Golden Ticket, and one lucky recipient can claim the very last F93 Pro stock made. The company is also offering commemorative 25th anniversary Original ERGO Grips, Extreme Texture-Rigid grips for a limited time, and monthly giveaways will be held throughout 2023.

ERGO Grips manufactures firearm grips and accessories for ARs, AKs, Remington and Mossberg shotguns, M1911s and revolvers. The company’s products are made in the United States, use only top-quality materials and come with a lifetime guarantee.

Steve Hines launched the firm in Moriarty, N.M., where it is still headquartered. His textured and overmolded AR grip hit the market in 1998 and was a big success, but the accessories that followed—including the F93 adjustable buttstock—built an avid following among enthusiasts and put the firm on solid financial ground.

Hines stepped down from his CEO and president roles at ERGO Grips in 2019, handing the roles over to his daughter, Mira O’Connell—it remains a family-owned and -operated business. She brought 15 years of law enforcement experience and knowledge with her to the position, and the company continues to grow.


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