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AR15 Grip Storage Quick Tip

AR15 Grip Storage Quick Tip

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In this quick tip video we go over how to properly store stuff you might really need in your AR15 grip. We all know that several grips, like the Magpul K2 we use, have storage compartments, there are several cores made to hold various things. But in this video we show you how to store stuff for free, protected from the weather and not rattling around making noise. This is a pretty cool tip learned from working the road.

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00:00 - Intro
00:55 - What could or should you have with the rifle?
01:27 - The Magpul K2 Grip Storage Compartment
01:49 - What is the problem?
02:00 - What you need
02:27 - Wrap it up and shove it in
02:52 - No more noise!
03:19 - Pull it out if you need it
03:42 - Thanks and we appreciate your support!

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