Cart 0

Cobratac MMG Multi-Mission-Grip | Adjustable Grip


Vendor: X Tech Tactical

  • $1959
  • Save $20

- Read about this new patented adjustable grip technology!

The Cobratac Muli-Mission-Grip (MMG) allows the operator to improve their grip, control, comfort, and access to the operations of their defense system. American-made and built for the rigors of the field, the XTech Tactical Patented adjustable angle grip is injection molded from glass-filled nylon - and will hold up to your mission. Each angle functions as a one piece, rock solid grip. A fully adjustable angle grip delivers superior comfort for any style. Simple adjustment allows the operator to choose the ideal angle for their application. 

NOTE: These grips are rock solid! they are not toys they work very well !

In the Package:

  • Cobratac MMG 2 Piece Adjustable Grip
  • Proprietary fastener with star washer



This angle is based on the “A2 grip” originally seen in the 1960’s. At this time the only AR style weapons were equipped with a full length fixed rifle stock, and common shooting stances included an “elbow out” and more upright stance. This angle tends to be a top choice while shooting with an upright stance and/or a full length or fully extended stock.


With the introduction of the collapsible stock, combined with the introduction a modern shooting stances which focus on a compact stance, many found the A2 grip to be too much angle. In the late 90’s, and early 2000’s several AR accessories manufacturers began offering grips similar to this angle. This angle serves as a great middle option. Shooters preferring the 33 degree angle may find this angle to be ideal from shooting with a shorter stock or when requiring quick engagement. And shooters preferring the 17 degree angle may find this is the ideal angle when using a full length stock or from the prone position.


The newest angle of the three is relatively new to the AR market, but the angle very close to many stock grips on other sporting rifles dating back over 50 years. With the further advancement of the company modern shooting techniques, a tight “elbow in” stance with a collapsed or partially collapsed stock the demand a more vertical pistol grip became apparent. On a military and LE side many find this angle to be ideal, promoting quick engagement and improved control when engaging from a vehicle or in close quarters combat.

We Also Recommend