Some people like the smell of swaddled babies but some of us like the smell of gun oil and gun smoke in the morning. Babies are a bundle of joy, it’s true– but let me fill you in on another (far less expensive) joy filled bundle.
I recently installed the Operator II M-Lok bundle in Dirty Olive on the Light Weight AR I put together for my wife.
The bundle from VZ comes with three 2” or 4” rail panels, a hand stop, and a grip. The Operator II grip is aggressive (which I love) and really functional. If you’re a muzzle control freak, you’ll dig this setup. Granted the grip may be too aggressive for some, but the bundle is offered in other famous VZ patterns. I’d recommend you check out the Alien or Frag pattern. In a pinch, these could be sanded a bit to customize to your liking, but you’re better off purchasing the most suitable pattern for your requirements and sticking with the factory configuration.
Attractive & effective
A small part of me hopes that my wife prefers her typical grip from Mission First Tactical with Talon Grips because I’ll steal this VZ Operator II grip in a micro second. From a visual standpoint— the grips, the rail panels, and the hand stop look so good together that it would be a shame to separate them, though.
The rail panels and hand stop are absolutely a win for the wifey; she digs them. Maybe she’s a control freak? I never thought so, but maybe there’s something there. I digress.
These products are custom-suited to the discriminating customer who wants to get the most possible control providing traction in their AR.
Weapon manipulation is aided significantly.
It is also custom suited to those who want to show off on Instagram because these things visually pop!
M-Lok & Keymod versions
The M-Lok bundles are an exceptional value, but the items can be purchased separately as well if you’re just looking for a grip, a hand stop, or rail panels.
I know a lot of you don’t think of VZ when you think of AR accessories, but you need to expand your horizons. Go ahead and embrace this bundle of joy; you’ll be glad that you did!
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