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


  • Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodize
  • Height: 4.03"
  • Width: 1.093"
  • Weight: 5.71 oz.


  • AR-15 / AR-10 platforms


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


When you fire your AR-15, what sensations flow through your brain? If you're focused on your target, you ignore that recoil and muzzle blast. I feel the firm cheek-weld, the foregrip trying to escape my grasp, and the solid pistol grip driving my shot home. Consider the Fortis Manufacturing TORQUE Pistol Grip as the drive-line for your shot.

It’s A Weapon In Itself.

I know, there’s a bazillion polymer pistol grips under AR-15’s in the world. I wouldn’t want one in my face, but it is still plastic. What if the worst comes and you’re out of ammo? A Fortis AR-15 pistol grip could come in handy. Fortis chose aircraft grade 6061-T6 aluminum for this beasts construction. You could hang on a zip-line with it if you had to. The Fortis Manufacturing TORQUE Pistol Grip begins its life as a solid billet of metal. I would certainly rather have that in my hand than plastic when the SHTF.

If It's Not TORQUED, Don't Trust It.

This new Fortis AR-15 pistol grip is the first in a new line of TORQUE trademarked Fortis AR-15 furniture. It’s lightweight, but it gives you super high-performance. Whether you operate with or without gloves, you will find the Fortis Manufacturing TORQUE Pistol Grip comfortable. No, you can’t store batteries in its hollow plastic body. You have pockets for that, don’t be silly. However, when you need to lay down fire over a barricade, you can plant the TORQUE and fire away. This skeletonized Fortis AR-15 pistol grip is as robust as it is striking. I’m not saying for you to go out and try to destroy this thing, leave that to YouTube. But, you can believe in getting TORQUED.

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