BCM Gunfighter Grip MOD 1 (Black)[V11C07][20189 / BCM-GFG-MOD-1-BLACK]
BCM ( Bravo Company Manufacturing ) was founded in 2005 by a veteran United States Marine in Hartland, Wisconsin, where the company maintains its HQ today. BCM builds weapon systems that are manufactured, reinforced and tested to meet the unforgiving needs of law enforcement, military, security and peace keeping professionals in some of the most high stress environments and situations in the world.
The BCM Gunfighter's Grip (GFG) is a reduced angle AR pistol grip that optimizes fire control ergonomics when employing modern weapons manipulation techniques that incorporate body armor and weapons accessories such as vertical grips, lasers and optics. An update to the classic A1 and A2 design, bringing the pistol grip to the 21st century where cutting edge fighting techniques are vastly different than those employed in the 1960s when the M16 was first fielded by the US Military.
Offered in 3 configurations, the MOD 0 features a slim design, similar in size to the A1 and A2 pistol grips, the MOD 1 features a high rise back strap and the MOD 3 offers the high rise back strap and a 1/4" wider grip than the MOD 0 or MOD 1. MOD 1 and MOD 0 BCM GFGs comes with two Modular Trigger Guard Inserts that close the gap between the trigger guard and the pistol grip, while the MOD 3 has the extension baked into the design. The grips also feature water resistant rubber gasket hinged trap doors with internal storage for batteries or other small items.
Manufacturer: BCM Gunfighter
Model: MOD 1
Package Includes: Grip, Trigger Guard Grip Insert
- Reduced Angle AR Grip
- Optimized Ergonomics
- Slim Design
- Adjustable Trigger Guard Insert
- Manufacturer: BCM
- Color: Black
- Material: Polymer
- Package Includes: One (1) Grip
Does this grip work with a standard grip motor?
I have this grip on my actual AR-15 and was looking to model my airsoft rifle off of my BCM but I'm wondering if this would even be a possible modification, seeing as the motor is in the grip and is at the angle of a standard pistol grip. Would the motor still be able to engage properly with this steeper angle?
181 days ago
(I have this same question)
This is a real rifle grip. You would need a motor grip for an AEG, as the inner diameter is different. This pistol grip should have the design you're looking for: https://www.airsoftgi.com/product/Tac-9-BR-Pistol-Grip-for-M4-AEG-Black-30443/
102 days ago