Magpul AFG2 Angled Fore Grip

Magpul AFG2 Angled Fore Grip

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  • The new AFG-2 is a slim line design that is shorter in overall length and width compared to the original AFG
  • Polymer three-piece design with an interchangeable finger shelf that allows for a flat "A1-style" surface or an "A2-style" finger nub
  • Mounts to Mil-Spec 1913 Picatinny and NATO STANAG 4694 rails (min. of ~3" recommended)
  • All mounting hardware included
  • Made in U.S.A.


MAGPUL AFG-2 Angled Foregrip



  • Material: Polymer
  • Finish: Black, Flat Dark Earth, or OD Green
  • Weight: 2.53 oz.
  • Length: 4.70"
  • Height: 1.94"
  • Width: 1.37"


  • All 1913 Picatinny rails


If you have been on the fence about getting an angled foregrip I can understand why. Change is hard and the way you hold your rifle is as personal as the way you drive a car. However, the Magpul AFG2 angled fore grip may just change the way you drive your gun.

Magpul AFG2 Angled Fore Grip: The Better Version Of The Original Magpul AFG

Magpul's Angled Fore Grip (AFG2) has been heralded as a revolution in AR-15 accessories. The AFG2 Angled Fore Grip from Magpul is an updated version of the original AFG. The original Magpul AFG was a big success, however, for some shooters, it just didn't click. The Magpul AFG2 may just win that doubtful crowd over. The Magpul AFG2 Foregrip is just a bit smaller, which makes it attractive to anyone with average or smaller hands. It's streamlined, low profile gives the Magpul AFG2 Grip the edge in CQB when a hang-up can be fatal. It's a viable alternative to either a VFG or grabbing the bare quad-rail. The Magpul AFG2 angled fore grip is simple and rugged. You will either love it or you're gonna hate it, either way, you will never know until you try one.

The Magpul AFG2 Foregrip Is Lighter, Smaller, But Offer More

The AFG2 has been reduced in overall length and width in order to fit a wider variety of railed handguards. The unique angle provides you with a grip that is more in line with human physiology, thereby reducing fatigue and improving the handling of your rifle. The grip has hand stops at both ends and serrations to improve your grasp on the weapon. It comes with two interchangeable finger shelves: one with a flat, A1-style surface and the other with an A2-style finger nub. You can mount this grip on any long gun with a bottom-railed 1913 Picatinny rail.

The size and angle of the Magpul AFG2 Foregrip position your support hand closer in line with the rifles bore. Most shooters find that this provides a natural hold that will let you quickly drive your rifle to the target. The Magpul AFG2 Grip is made from a tough polymer that's virtually indestructible and gives you a better gripping surface than aluminum. The forward edge of the Magpul AFG2 is straight for a reason. While it's not very big, it will serve as a barricade stop.

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9 Reviews

  • Excelente

    Posted by jason rivera on 29th Sep 2021


  • Magpul AFG2

    Posted by Andrew Tuck on 13th Jul 2020

    Installed on rail pretty easy, just moves around little bite. Still like the feel on my AR 9.

  • Great item

    Posted by Unknown on 7th May 2020

    Perfect addition to my new AR15, quick shipping and easy installation

  • Good product

    Posted by Spencer on 7th May 2020

    Came with an additional plate for the trip to get rid of that notch. Personally, I like the added grip. Fits nice and tight. No slippage.

  • Grip

    Posted by Bob on 26th Apr 2020

    Very nice love the feel.


    Posted by Dany on 24th Feb 2020

    Solid and ergonomic. Does not break the bank, nor does it contribute to forearm fatigue. Great product.

  • Excellent upgrade to my Kel-Tec Sub2000.

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jun 2019

    Wing Tactical was prompt in executing the order and follow-up update.

  • Great product, great service!

    Posted by David L. on 7th May 2016

    The Magpul AFG2 fits great on my rail system. Thank you Wing Tactical for the awesome service, will buy again from you guys!

  • to tight for the railing

    Posted by DjpsychoD on 7th Jun 2015

    It was hard to put on my railing and I had to beat it on it shaved the inside little but it didn't bust so its on there now not going no more but its a good plastic no cracks im happy tho

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