No tricks. No fuss. No problem. It really is just that simple!
Until now, the adjustability of the AR/AK to the shooter could be highly tailored in virtually every feature except pistol-grips. The only options have been grips using variations in grip diameter which cause only small repositioning of the hand. These aftermarket grips are very limited in adjustability and cannot achieve an appropriate trigger index for shooters with larger hands.
Using the US Army's own data, which measured the length from the tip of the index finger to the center of the palm, it's easy to see the problem. The range in this measurement is 3.34 to 4.60 inches among females and 3.364 to 4.92 inches among males, a range of 1.58 inches!
Currently the AR/AK standard pistol grip has a length of approximately 2 1/4 inches between the trigger surface and the back of the pistol grip, which is so close that a person with very small hands can grip and fire the weapon with a good trigger index and straight rearward pull.
Typical trigger/grip measurement is 2.25".
At its smallest settingACCU-GRIP™ adds approximately 1/2" to trigger/grip measurement.
ACCU-GRIP™ can incrementally extend the trigger/grip measurement up to approximately 1 full inch, accommodating even XL hands.
Watch a law enforcement training officer explain the dramatic advantages of ACCU-GRIP™!
THE GRIP THAT ALWAYS FITS
People come in all sizes, but ARs and AKs do not. Because of this, there are products to adjust the AR/AK to each individual: adjustable stocks, scope rings of various heights, rails to move accessories to just the right spot, etc.
These ergonomic devices are used to maximize the ability of the shooter to "fit" the weapon to his or her needs. Ergonomics are vital to accuracy, particularly in terms of enabling the shooter to engage the target with consistency.
This is because one of the two critical elements a shooter must manage is trigger control. The better the AR/AK fits, the greater the shooter can manage trigger control.