• One-piece billet design
  • Allow user to use the pistol grip with or without gloves
  • Vertical slots for added texture
  • Durable and comfortable
  • 25-degree grip angle
  • Grip screw included
  • Available in Black, Blue, Flat Dark Earth, OD Green, Gray, and Red
  • Made in the U.S.A


  • Material: Aircraft Grade 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Mil-Spec Type III Hardcoat Anodized
  • Height: 4.03"
  • Width: 1.093"
  • Weight: 4.48 oz.


  • AR-15 / AR-10 platforms


  • 1x Fortis Manufacturing TORQUE Carbon Fiber Pistol Grip
  • 1x Pistol Grip Screw


The Fortis Manufacturing Torque carbon fiber pistol grip is one of the most robust AR grips on the market and is the first shooting accessory in the Fortis Torque Series lineup. The grip fits snugly in the hand and can be used comfortably with or without gloves. Made from 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum with carbon fiber inlays, the carbon fiber AR-15 pistol grip matches up beautifully with the Fortis LA stock and is available in several color options.

Increased Handling Performance

The Fortis carbon fiber AR grip is designed to help shooters maintain speed and accuracy on rapid-fire downrange shots. The grip's 25-degree angle and vertical ridges cut into the front and rear backstrap, inside of the carbon-fiber inlays, supplies added texture that provides shooters with an exceptionally firm grasp on the grip.

Quality Construction

Like all Fortis products, the carbon fiber AR-15 pistol grip blends form and function without sacrificing one for the sake of the other. The Fortis carbon fiber AR grip is made from a single piece of Billet 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum. The front and back carbon fiber inlays provide added strength while reducing the grip's weight, letting it come in at just 4.1 ounces. The military-specification Type III hard coat anodized finish will stand up to the most demanding use and is available in black, flat dark earth, gray, red, and blue finishes.

Simple and Quick Installation

Adding the grip to AR platforms is a snap. The grip comes with the single-pistol grip screw needed for installing the grip at the proper 25-degree angle.

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