AGF-43S Tactical Folding Pistol Grip for M16/M4/AR15


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The AGF-43S is a folding pistol grip for M16 variants which enables easier vehicular deployment and improves concealment while in storage or carried within a bag.


  • Folds from vertical to horizontal position and back by the push of a button
  • Allow compact weapon configuration for easy fitting in a case or on a rack
  • Provides easier concealment for undercover operations
  • Ergonomic non-slip design
  • Finger grooves and backstrap shape for enhanced, more comfortable grip
  • Extended beavertail enables higher, firmer hold, for superior weapon handling
  • Readily accessible storage compartment with tight-sealing hinged door
  • Available in black, olive drab green or flat dark earth


  • M-16 / AR-15 Variants
SKU: fx-agf43s


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Used the folding grip on 4 projects

Love the folding grip. Makes my projects more compact! I do modify the grip to make it more user friendly. This modification would be easy to integrate into your manufacturing process and cost little if anything! Please contact me for details, not lookiig for monetary gain!
Posted by Robert M Falk, 07/31/23

Used the folding grip on 3 projects

All in all your grip is great, although I make a small modification that makes the grip more user friendly. I would be glad to show photos of my modification which would be easy to integrate into your manufacturing process.
Posted by Robert M Falk, 07/20/23

Same as Air Force Survival Rifle

These folding grips are the same as the Air Force uses for their GAU-5A survival rifle. I have 5 of them and they are exactly what I wanted for reducing the size of my AR Pistol truck guns. I like them so much that I decided to use for my LR-308 as well. Sturdy, compact, and there is a storage compartment handy for small parts and batteries.
Posted by CHARLES VALENZUELA, 03/12/23