Ergo releases new Ergo 2 AR Camouflage Grip

The camo finish ensures no two grips look exactly the same. (Photo: Ergo)

The camo finish ensures no two grips look exactly the same. (Photo: Ergo)

Ergo expands its Suregrip lineup, introducing a new Camouflage Ergo 2 grip designed for the AR-15 and AR-10 platform.

The new camo Suregrip provides an over-molded process that results in a different camo design for each individual grip — ensuring no two grips look alike. The rubber featured on the Ergo 2 serves up a no-slip grip to shooters and is “impervious to oils and solvents.”

Ergo says the grip touts an ergonomic design determined to give AR enthusiasts a comfortable fit. through an integrated rear upper extension styled to support the web of a shooters’ hand. In addition finger grooves offer a secure grip on the rifle. An added bonus, Ergo equips the grip with an A2 inner cavity that works alongside aftermarket accessories.

The new camo can be installed on .223 and .308 AR-15 and AR-10 receivers. The Ergo 2 Grip is available now from Ergo with a price tag set at just under $35.

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