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CalGunsNoob
07-07-2006, 12:23 PM
How are these things? How much control do they give?

Would they work with an ACE Skeleton stock?

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=36032


thanks

jonb
07-08-2006, 8:24 AM
I put a few rounds through with the monsterman grip and I like it. I have an a2 stock with eotech optic. With the eotech, I've gotten sloppy about my cheek weld, so I don't know if the m.m. grip affects that.

I will definitely be getting an ambi safety to rest my thumb on, and after that I think it will be a great alternative to a pistol grip.

Scotto
07-08-2006, 2:14 PM
would a forward pistol grip help keep it more stable?

nosewitdot
07-08-2006, 2:49 PM
would a forward pistol grip help keep it more stable?
i believe that would defeat the purpose of a MM grip. because then you would need to fix the mag.

tenpercentfirearms
07-08-2006, 6:15 PM
For your ACE ARFX Full Stock pictures go to the Sales: Accessories Thread. (http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?p=329009#post329009)

hiyabrad
07-20-2006, 5:54 PM
Does anyone else have user comments? From the looks of this, I think this is the way to go, replace the flash hider with compensator and away you go, slapping mags in and out.

tenpercentfirearms
07-20-2006, 6:35 PM
I have not fired it yet, but I really like the feel of it. I am going to try and build one up for my partner here soon and take it out and blast away. I will get back to you once I do.

onley11
07-24-2006, 8:17 PM
Just got my fresh new Mman Grip in the mail today, and of course it took me no more than 5 min from mailbox to gun. (I had to find a screwdriver:) )

This thing is beautiful. It works great, is made well, and is made from good materials. Fit was perfect. It feels just like a nice bolt action grip.
It is not heavy, is stippled nicely, and I would say I prefer it to a standard a2 grip for ergonomics. (I think the a2 has issues, built for little kids and people with small hands wearing gloves.)

I no longer feel like crap for not getting a registered AW back in the day. This grip is a awesome solution for un-neutering the AR. It just works!!!

I especially like not getting gouged, the thing could sell for 75 bucks and still be worth it.:)

P.S. I liked it.

blkA4alb
07-24-2006, 9:10 PM
Wow a triple post, havn't seen one of those for awhile :D .

bdcc11
07-24-2006, 9:15 PM
He really, really, realy likes it.

onley11
07-24-2006, 9:17 PM
Fixed, that was weird....:o

tenpercentfirearms
07-24-2006, 11:46 PM
$75! Did you hear that MonsterMan!

grammaton76
07-25-2006, 12:48 PM
Just got to test mine out last night.

http://int.pfy.cc/temp_pics/Guns/AR-15_M16A2_.223.jpg

There's a lead weight in the buttstock, and the rifle handled well.

Then I did a bit of upper/lower swapping, and it was determined that the real crowd-pleaser (my roomie, and a few other folks) was an MM grip, weighted buttstock, and a 16" front. That set the weight distribution firmly towards the rear so that the grip nestled more securely into your hand, even with my (legally obtained) USGI 30rd mag. :)