• Ergonomic design, works perfectly as a quick reference point
  • Ultra-low profile design
  • Lightweight, weighs only 1.2 oz.
  • Attaches directly to any M-LOK hand guards / rails


  • Material: Aluminum
  • Finish: Anodize
  • Weight: 1.2 oz.
  • Height: 1.15"
  • Length: 2.38"
  • Width: 0.90"


  • Any firearm with M-LOK handguard


  • 1x Odin Works B1 M-LOK Handstop
  • 1x M-LOK Nut
  • 1x M-LOK Screw
  • 1x Allen Wrench


It seems like such a simple thing, all you want to do is be able to control your weapon. Looking around, you will find a barrage of different forward grips to choose from. The problem is that most of them are too big, bulky, and just get in the way. The Odin Works M-LOK Handstop solves all these problems, it gives you just what you want. Especially if you don't want to be weighed down.

Get Odin Works B1 M-LOK Handstop, Get Better Control

The Odin Works B1 M-LOK Handstop is CNC machined from solid aluminum and is virtually indestructible. Additionally, if for some reason the unthinkable happens, every Odin Works M-LOK Handstop is backed by a 100 percent satisfaction guaranteed lifetime warranty. Using the famous M-LOK mounting system you can depend on a rock-solid lock-up to your rail. The M-LOK system along with the design of the Odin Works B1 M-LOK Handstop gives you versatility. You can easily mount this handstop in reverse and it serves quite nicely as a barricade stop.

It's Made to Move

The Odin Works M-LOK Handstop is ergonomically designed to give you comfort and superior control of your weapon. Many shooters find that it accommodates the classic C-clamp, thumb-overgrip. This style allows for fast, natural movement, so you can naturally drive the gun to the target. The Odin Works B1 M-LOK Handstop boasts a sleek profile that not only compliments your weapons lines but is not likely to hang up on your gear. Speaking of gear, this handstop has a very compact footprint. You can easily mount it behind a bipod and still be able to fold the bipod back around for transport.

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