The Ultralight Compact Grip (ULCG), designed in conjunction with MK Machining, provides users an ergonomic and “low-drag” interface point. This reduced footprint solution weighs in at only 53 grams, *including hardware* and the storage floorplate.
Optimized for compact applications, the ULCG features a grip angle of 10.4° for greater comfort and promotion of a more natural + sustainable grip. The signature rear hump, proprietary directional textures, and forward anti-slip ledge, further ensure the end user consistent and reliable control with maximum leverage.
The ULCG is made in the USA: Additively Manufactured by MK Machining on their MJF 5200, from PA11 material. Each unit includes mounting hardware and is supported with a lifetime warranty.
Khoi N. (verified owner) –
The ULCG lives up to its name. Lighter than Reptilia Corp’s CQG. Very similar width and length as the CQG, but does a better job at filling up my grip and has superior texturing (mine has the diamond array). Grip angle is perfect for me on my AR pistol. The storage compartment is also a very nice added touch. Does everything it’s suppose to do. Does it better than the other guys. All my short builds will be getting one of these.
Ricky R. (verified owner) –
Very pleased. I love the grip angle, and the grip is just big enough to comfortably purchase with my hand. Very light weight. Took a chance and was pleasantly surprised, looking for other things to buy now.
Burakku Kauboi (verified owner) –
After loving the vertical crossover grip I was hesitant to order the Ultralight Compact Grip and MAN!!! Glad I did!!! JOB WELL DONE!!!
Matt (verified owner) –
Impressive grip so far. About the size of a Glock 19 grip, so if you have larger hands your fingers may be a bit crowded.
Texture on the diamond array version is nice, and the front and back straps provide good bite.
One of the only PDW style grips on the market that offers storage.
Interested to see how robust it will be overall.
FDE finish is a coating and not the color of the actual material, which is a bit disappointing.