Vertical Crossover Grip

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Vertical Crossover Grip

The Vertical Crossover Grip (VCG) lineup, developed in conjunction with Driven Arms Co, provides users an ideal ergonomic featureset for a variety of applications. The two primary models, RECCE and Precision, are differentiated by the presence of the thumb rest and finger-placer on the Precision model. 


Both models of the Vertical Crossover Grip feature a near vertical, 5 degree front strap with tapered lower ledge, as well as an optimized rear profile, providing maximum wrist comfort and leverage in a variety of shooting positions. Proprietary anti-slip textures help to further lock your hand in place while also providing channels for sweat and debris to vent or escape. Overall width is also increased from standard AR compatible offerings via palm swell sections, contributing more surface area for improved purchase and general comfort. For comparison, the width of the VCG sits at ~1.45” whereas the popular Magpul K2+ is 1.2”


Beyond the external features, the VCG also features a unique interior geometry, bringing strength and rigidity to the larger profile, without the usual increase in weight that would accompany it. Sans hardware, the RECCE model weighs in at 1.9 oz and Precision at 2.05 oz.


Proudly made in the USA: Additively Manufactured in house on our MJF 5200, each unit includes mounting hardware and is supported with a lifetime warranty.


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1 review for Vertical Crossover Grip

  1. Topdog (verified owner)

    Just received the Precision Vertical Crossover Grip for my bench use AR 15 rifle. It’s about time someone figured out the proper grip angle for the AR platform!! As soon as you pick up the rifle or carbine it fits so much more naturally in your hands. I will buy more definitely for my other rifles and as a gift for my son who has a wrist problem from a football injury. One piece of constructive criticism, an optional (Large model) grip should be approximately a half inch longer for large hands. Great job to Tyler and his crew. Service was excellent!!👍

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