CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (09/11/2020) – Tyrant Designs is supremely proud to announce our NEW Concept One AR-15 Pistol Grip machined from a block of aerospace aluminum and mated with tactile durometer rubber inserts for all of your AR platform firearms! The Concept One AR-15 Pistol Grip is exactly as its name implies – a new concept of comfort, ergonomics, and dexterity for the modern sporting rifle shooter. The NEW Concept One AR-15 Pistol Grip is fabricated to match the contours of your palm swells for unprecedented comfort in all firing positions and conditions!
This Drop-In Replacement is an intuitive install requiring minimal tools. Shooters of all statures, large and small, will appreciate the aesthetic lines that only precisely crafted aluminum can afford you. The NEW Concept One AR-15 Pistol Grip produces a reduced grip angle for a more modern and upright stance while grasping your firearm. It also features a single finger-groove cut-out for more proper alignment with the trigger for the best trigger press possible. The soft durometer rubber front and back straps also issue valuable feedback to you while shooting so you always are in control of your weapon system.
The current color offerings also perfectly match other Tyrant Designs products so you can create a perfect combination between multiple accessories while improving the dexterity and handiness of your firearm. As always, this new offering and all of our products are manufactured in the USA and carry our fully-backed Lifetime Warranty! Available now in Black, Red, Grey, Blue, and Gold at www.tyrantcnc.com/ at an MSRP of $79.95 each.
Yeah. I’m sure there is going to be rush on the $80 pistol grip over a $3.50 A2 grip.
And exactly how do they intend to be able able to access the screw to attach it to the lower?
Looks heavy. hogue has a nice grip that weights 2.4 Oz.
“This Drop-In Replacement is an intuitive install requiring minimal tools.” More minimal than the one screwdriver needed for every other grip out there?
I do not understand the putting holes in everything idea. I guess I am not in the uber lightweight business where more holes mean more place to get hung up on something making your $80 grip on your $4000 swiss cheese rifle unusable cause you cannot put it in service.