Kung Fu Grip

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Contrary to popular belief, not everybody was Kung Fu fighting. But you're with DFCO, so we know you get down.  Congratulations on being awesome.

Designed for AR15/M4 and AR10/SR25 platforms, the Kung Fu Grip has a reduced angle providing a natural fighting posture when firing from modern standing and prone positions.  It improves comfort when installed on firearms with a shorter length of pull, but feels right at home on standard LOP platforms as well.

The 12º angle brings the average person's hand, wrist, and forearm in line with one another, alleviating tension on the ulnar nerve and increasing freedom of movement of the hand and fingers compared to other grips. The enhanced finger groove allows for a repeatable purchase on the grip and further reduces hand fatigue by discouraging the shooter from white knuckle gripping.

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  • Designed and Manufactured in the USA
  • Compatible w/ AR15, M4, M16, AR10, M110, SR25, MCX, MPX
  • 12º Grip Angle
  • Durable Nylon
  • Retro Texture

NOTE: While compatible with the above mentioned platforms, some configurations may leave an aesthetic gap between the grip tang and receiver.  This will not affect the function or reliability of the Kung Fu Grip, or the platform it's installed on. 

"But where's the Stoner Grip?!"

The KFG is the next iteration of our Stoner Grip.  We've made several ergonomic and aesthetic improvements over the original and went away from the grip tape.  We also invested in a production mold to improve quality control and reduce the cost, which we thought you'd appreciate.


  • 5
    Liking it so far

    Posted by Robert on 16th Jun 2024

    I came across this grip while looking for something else online.I took a chance and cashed in some Marlboro points to get a gift card to pick one up. I'm liking the grip so far it puts my wrist in a more relaxed and natural angle. I also don't have to break my grip as much to manipulate the safety . I'd say try one out and see for yourself. I guess I better go smoke some more to warm some more points to pick up another one.

  • 5
    Kung Fu Grip

    Posted by A Rankin on 13th Jun 2024

    Just over 1k rounds with this grip and so far I love it

  • 5
    Kung Fu Grip

    Posted by Eric D on 10th Jun 2024

    I picked up two of these Kung Fu Grips. The black looks great and the fde is lighter than Magpul fde but still looks great. The grip angle is almost completely vertical and feels really nice in the hand. They are perfect for a short rifle/pistol. I'll likely buy more in the future.

  • 4
    Kungfu Grip

    Posted by Chris on 10th Jun 2024

    I love the look. feels really good. I usually use the B5 grip. I struggled with the decision to change. The B5 is slightly longer and provides more control when not in the shoulder. Currently have the Kung Fu installed.

  • 4
    Undecided as of now

    Posted by JayDee on 10th Jun 2024

    Only got a little bit of time using it so far I really do think I enjoy how vertical it is and I think the stipple job on it is excellent. So far, my only real concern and maybe con to this would be that my finger under the trigger guard is getting eaten up by the trigger guard itself And I don’t necessarily want to always have to wear gloves when shooting so I’m still trying to figure out a way to fix that because that is not an issue that I ever experienced with any of the other groups I have used

  • 4

    Posted by Matt on 8th Jun 2024

    Like the angle but a bit more palm swell and a flare at the bottom would make it a 10/10 if you have yeti paws.

  • 5
    Fan Boy Rant Below ?

    Posted by JH on 6th Jun 2024

    What sets the Kung Fu grip on a pedestal for me is two fold. It’s the vertical stepping on the palm and the bevel cut at the at the bottom of the grip The stepping just locks my hand in more effective than a stipple because it’s reliant on pressure. More grip = more lock. Super simple. So if I need to break grip and reposition it’s not like scraping over sandpaper it’s just… a smooth transition. The other simple addition (or removal in this case) is that ~45° bevel. This simple use of negative space eliminates all hot spots for my THICCC ol man hands. If that corner wasn’t omitted I would have a bruise at the base of my palm like other grips I’ve used in the past. The grip itself is stubbier than others on the market, at a very familiar 4.6 inches, but it just sits in the crease of my palm just right. Couple that with the chamfering around the opening and the natural grip angle and it just makes my 16” rifle feel like an extension of my arm. Lemme stroke some egos at the DFCO office for a sec. The vertical cuts were brilliant. “How I do limit left to right?” Put speed bumps/cuts to increase rotational friction. “With the cuts there’s now a chance for the palm to slide down in tandem with the cuts” Add finger choil to lock down vertical play ???

  • 5
    Great Grip

    Posted by Marcus Collins on 6th Jun 2024

    Really comfortable in all positions from standing to prone, feels natural and not as if I’m straining my wrist.

  • 5
    Kung Fu Grip

    Posted by Pasquale Crea on 6th Jun 2024

    Fit perfectly