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Old 01-30-2018, 6:35 PM
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Thumbs up UNIVERSAL AK 47 THUMB GRIP FOR FEATURELESS AK's (w/sling loop)

So this is my prototype(available now) universal AK thumb grip /rest for featureless AK's. Works with any grip wrap fin or grips like the strike industries AK simple grip. It comes with or without a sling loop attachment point on the other side and is reversible for lefty shooters.
Fits most AKM pattern AK's with a loose grip nut ( I'll also be making one for milled & Yugo AK's with a riveted grip nut ).
They'll be finished in black when they go out and should be ready around the beginning of March.
website> https://akthumbgrips.com/







The inexpensive strike industries AK simple grip feels great with the thumb grip and is my personal favorite. I just added a couple strips of sandpaper one to the back one to the bottom and my hand is locked in.



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AKM/AK74/AK100/C39 V2 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓...=Universal AK thumb grip
Milled / SAM7r AK47 ✓ ✓ ...............=Milled AK thumb grip
AMD-65 ✓ ....................................=Universal AK thumb grip
Yugo/NPAP/OPAP ✓ ✓ .....................=Milled AK thumb grip
M92/M85 Pistol/rifle ✓ ✓ ................=Universal AK thumb grip
AKM Underfolders ✓ ..... ................=Universal AK thumb grip
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Vepr FM-AK47/74✓✓.......................=Universal AK thumb grip
Galil arm/ar/sar✓✓✓.......................=Universal AK thumb grip(modified special order)
Saiga converted w/bolt on trigger guard✓.......................=Universal AK thumb grip(modified special order)

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Old 01-30-2018, 7:04 PM
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Old 01-30-2018, 9:38 PM
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Is it made of steel or aluminum?
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I'll be interested in 2 if;

No sling loop on opposite end

Doesn't protrude as much for those with small thumbs
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Old 01-30-2018, 10:17 PM
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Does not look comfortable, at all. I would consider it if it was made with any sort of ergonomics in mind. Make it thicker and round it off, break all sharp edges. It should be more than just a place for your thumb to rest. It should be made so a thumb can get serious but comfortable purchase to assist in gripping the rifle.
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Old 01-30-2018, 10:35 PM
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Is it made of steel or aluminum?
Steel its not bending.

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Old 01-30-2018, 11:19 PM
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Does not look comfortable, at all. I would consider it if it was made with any sort of ergonomics in mind. Make it thicker and round it off, break all sharp edges. It should be more than just a place for your thumb to rest. It should be made so a thumb can get serious but comfortable purchase to assist in gripping the rifle.
Its more comfortable than it looks and the "rest" is really a grip. It allows for plenty of purchase. I can control the rifle with the one hand same as I do with my AR15 exile machine grip ,but I was thinking of adding a rubber rap around grip as an option. Bottom line is it'll be a cheap add on for people with existing grip wraps and wanting more control. I will look into rounding the edges further, but it did spend some time in a tumbling machine to deburr the edges.

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Old 01-30-2018, 11:37 PM
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I'll be interested in 2 if;

No sling loop on opposite end

Doesn't protrude as much for those with small thumbs
I could do no sling loop.

It sticks out a little bit less than 1 inch (1/16 short) I was
trying to make it fit for the average persons thumb size (I don't have large thumbs and it fits me fine).
As a reference your charging handle sticks out about 1 & 1/8 inch.

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Old 01-31-2018, 7:07 AM
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Have you considered dipping the thumb rest part in plastidip? May be more comfortable than bare metal, not sure of longevity since I've never really used it.

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Cool! Will you have one without a sling loop attachment?
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Its more comfortable than it looks and the "rest" is really a grip. It allows for plenty of purchase. I can control the rifle with the one hand same as I do with my AR15 exile machine grip ,but I was thinking of adding a rubber rap around grip as an option. Bottom line is it'll be a cheap add on for people with existing grip wraps and wanting more control. I will look into rounding the edges further, but it did spend some time in a tumbling machine to deburr the edges.
You might try dipping it instead of a rubber rap or rounding the edges... You can get the plastic dip coating at "TAP Plastics" in the bay-area or maybe at a "Home Depot" near you...it's what tool handles are coated in, good grip and covers the sharp edges...easy to use...try it... you will like it...I have used it for many projects.
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Thanks! I was thinking of using one of your grips on my next build
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Cool! Will you have one without a sling loop attachment?
Yes I will be making some with NO sling loop
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Old 01-31-2018, 11:11 PM
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You might try dipping it instead of a rubber rap or rounding the edges... You can get the plastic dip coating at "TAP Plastics" in the bay-area or maybe at a "Home Depot" near you...it's what tool handles are coated in, good grip and covers the sharp edges...easy to use...try it... you will like it...I have used it for many projects.
Thanks that's a great idea! I'll be testing it for sure.
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Hacksaw and file or bench grinder would make quick work of that sling loop if someone wanted to get rid of it.

In your recent pic it looks like some rubber fuel line or something slipped on? Not a bad idea. The plastidip may also be interesting.

It could also be drilled and tapped then all sort of stippled or checkered hump shapes could be attached, in various sizes to fit the user. Or even a thumb ring.

Have you tried one out of 1/8" or 3/16" Kydex? It may be strong enough and cheaper/faster to mfg for people who do not want sling loops.

Anyhow, I'll be interested in one when you are ready to ship. Keep us updated.
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OP - what will be your selling price and what grip fins are you using in your pics?
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Old 02-01-2018, 9:51 AM
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Hacksaw and file or bench grinder would make quick work of that sling loop if someone wanted to get rid of it.

In your recent pic it looks like some rubber fuel line or something slipped on? Not a bad idea. The plastidip may also be interesting.

It could also be drilled and tapped then all sort of stippled or checkered hump shapes could be attached, in various sizes to fit the user. Or even a thumb ring.

Have you tried one out of 1/8" or 3/16" Kydex? It may be strong enough and cheaper/faster to mfg for people who do not want sling loops.

Anyhow, I'll be interested in one when you are ready to ship. Keep us updated.
Yes the sling loop could be ground off easy, but I'll make some with no sling. It is a great attachment point for your sling tho.

That photo is rubber fuel line on it, but I think I like the plastidip idea better. Might even put optional sandpaper tape over the plastidip for even more grip. I'll be testing all options.

Yes I tried Kydex and its a no-go not strong enough.
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Old 02-01-2018, 10:02 AM
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OP - what will be your selling price and what grip fins are you using in your pics?
I'm still working/negotiating pricing, but will keep it as low as possible.
The grip fin came with a rifle I bought a while back so I have no idea who made it. It might be homemade or a monkeeboi grip wrap not sure.
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Why not just do the same thumb rest on both sides? Drill a hole in each side for the sling clip. This would make your rest truly ambidextrous? Simpler too.

Not everyone shoots right handed all the time. Even "righties" shoot "leftie" sometimes when using barricades...

That would make your gizmo truly "universal".
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Why not just do the same thumb rest on both sides? Drill a hole in each side for the sling clip. This would make your rest truly ambidextrous? Simpler too.

Not everyone shoots right handed all the time. Even "righties" shoot "leftie" sometimes when using barricades...

That would make your gizmo truly "universal".
Yes I was thinking of double sided thumb rest for the milled AK. Due to the design of the milled you can't turn the thumb rest 180 like the regular AKM.

You can still shoot ambidextrous as is just won't have a thumb rest on that side. If there's a demand for a double sided thumb rest I could do it.
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nice! this is the exact reason why I'm trying to modify my MIAD to with my AK, so I can use the Exile fin with the thumb rest.
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I have an Exile Machine Backfin on my AK, it is the one for the CAA AK grip.
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Cool! Will you have one without a sling loop attachment?
Here ya go! No sling loop and finished in black( Milled prototype )



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Tagged... interesting little dohicky gadget thingy. I’d be interested in one without the sling loop.
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I like it! If you can get the sling loop to double as a beer opener I’m in.
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I like it! If you can get the sling loop to double as a beer opener Im in.
I think your a genius
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Tagged... interesting little dohicky gadget thingy. Id be interested in one without the sling loop.
I guess I'm the only one who wants the sling loop lol.
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Here's the rubber grip added for ergonomics. Big improvement


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I was just thinking about something like this, and bam, here it is. Im in for 2 when it hits production.


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Nice Job! I like it...Let me know when they are up for sale I'll probably get one then up to 10 if that's the route I end up going. Thanks for posting and coming up with something that's simplistic.
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I don't need one but that's an awesome idea!
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