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Product Spotlight: Die Free Co Kung Fu Grip

Author Caleb Savant
28 days ago

Introducing the Kung Fu Grip by Die Free Company | Brownells Product Spotlight


Hi, Caleb from Brownells here! In today's video, we're going to be talking about the Kung Fu Grip from Die Free Company. Depending on when you're watching this video, it's a newer product to Brownells, but it's one that I've personally been using for quite some time now. I was using the heck out of it, ended up putting it on a bunch of my guns, and I was like, "Guys, we need to pick this thing up." Fortunately, we did, so now I get to present it to you and show you exactly what I'm talking about.

First Look at the Kung Fu Grip

This is my personal gun here, and this is the grip we're talking about, the Kung Fu Grip. Not only does it have the coolest name ever for AR accessories, but it also feels really good in the hand. For reference, it is a little bit smaller and it does have this bevel on the back. I have pretty big hands, and I can get on this thing comfortably. If I can, pretty much anybody will be able to. What I really like about it is if you're shooting a gun with a shorter stock, or if you just don't extend a stock, the angle it puts your wrist at—this is a 12° angle—is way more comfortable for shooting with shorter stocks.

Comfort and Ergonomics

Just as a comparison, look at how I'm holding this one. Now, if I short stock your traditional A2 grip, you'll see that if I short stock it here, the angle doesn't feel good on my wrist. I mean, I'll suck it up and deal with it, but why should I have to when there are better products out there? If you run a longer stock, it still feels okay. It's perfectly fine. I think this is probably the new hotness for grip angles. The reason they had to put this bevel on the back is because on your standard AR lower, that grip screw is coming through at a steeper angle. The bevel is there to help you install it.

Versatility and Compatibility

The grip itself has a nice beaver tail on the back, which I like on pretty much all of my AR grips. Standard mil-spec lowers fit just fine. There are some different lowers out there with funky areas on the back that these won't fit on because of that, but anything that has the mil-spec back area fits just fine. AR-15s, your Sig MCX, and stuff like that have no problems.

Color Options

The one you see here is black, but it also comes in OD Green, Flat Dark Earth, and gray, which is a great color if you're not running that already. So, great on pretty much any AR-15 you can think of—heavy, light, long, short. If you're going crazy and you want to get super swifty with it, you can put it on a full-auto belt-fed with a Fight Light upper. I don't know why we did it, but we did it, and it's awesome.

Material Durability

Another question I had about it when I first started using it was about the materials. What's it made of? I started getting all kinds of information about chemical compositions, and I was like, "Whatever, shut up, nerd. Is it going to break?" They said no, it's really durable. That's enough for me, and if that's enough for me, hopefully, it's enough for you. If you care about all that stuff, the information's out there.

Final Thoughts

That is the Kung Fu Grip from Die Free Company. I feel like I'm just ranting now, so I'm going to cut it off here. If you haven't already, hit that like and subscribe button if you're watching this on YouTube. If you have any questions or comments, if you've tried it and love it, leave a comment down below. If you hate it, leave a comment down below even though it's probably a lie. I'll check it out. If you're watching this on the website or need help, want to hear my voice, or someone else's voice, give us a call on the tech line. We'll be happy to help you out. Thanks for joining us, and we'll see you next time.

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