Grip For Eliseo

Discussion in 'Gear Talk: What to Buy? and Gear Evaluations' started by Coryp915, Jul 8, 2019.

  1. Coryp915

    Coryp915

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    Hello,

    I am eagerly(impatiently) awaiting my Eliseo Chassis. While I’m waiting I’m trying to get all my other goodies purchased.

    What does everyone recommend for a handgrip? I don’t want a plain old AR type. Looking for comfort and control.

    Let me know options please.

    Thanks,
    Cory
     
  2. shootermeb

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    I use a Royal Arms target grip on mine. It only comes in a right hand model. Another thing to note, the Eliseo stock uses a 1/4-20 screw to hold the grip, and is non-standard for the AR15 grip screw. The Royal Arms grip requires a longer screw than normal, so there may be some extra parts you need to source to get it correctly attached to the Eliseo stock.

    https://www.royalarms.com/shop/ar-1516-grip/
     
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  3. Skeet69

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    I use Sierra Precision grips on both of mine. Nice hand-filling design with thickness and palm swell.
    Mike B
     
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  4. urbanrifleman

    urbanrifleman Gold $$ Contributor

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    I sent Gary one of my grips to evaluate. He liked it!!! I really want Gary to sell my grip. We are discussing me doing an Elisio branded version.
     
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  5. Rtheurer

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    My favorite as well. I have Five of Gary's stocks and everyone of them have a Sierra Precision on them.
     
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  6. waltkrafft

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    I use plain old AR15 grips customized by a hand full of automotive body putty so it is form fitted to my hand. File, sand, and finish as desired.
     
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  7. ryanjay11

    ryanjay11 Gold $$ Contributor

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    I bought one of the walnut Doan Trevor unfinished grips from Gary and finished it myself.
     
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  8. ballisticdaddy

    ballisticdaddy Silver $$ Contributor

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    I use one from MPA with the thumb shelf but have seen some nice ones by Doan Trevor
     
  9. 1shot

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    Had a Doan Trevor on mine and it was perfect.
    I hope this helps,

    Lloyd
     
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  10. willbas

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    I was able to get a MPA grip to fit I did have do some cutting on it to fit.
     

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  11. HPMike800

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    These are are very nice.
    ERGO TACTICAL DELUXE GRIP
     
  12. urbanrifleman

    urbanrifleman Gold $$ Contributor

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    MY ELISIO.

    I asked Gary if he wanted to do a vertical grip and he said no. Untitled.png
     
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  13. Tireguy

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    +1 on the Sierra Precision. I have them on all of my match rifles.
     
  14. Dave Marshall

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    Doan Trevor if you want a nice walnut grip. Finished or unfinished.
     
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  15. D.Stone

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    Check out TLC Grips. Troy Lawton makes them and they are very very good.
     
  16. Killick

    Killick Silver $$ Contributor

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    ELISEO
     
  17. Killick

    Killick Silver $$ Contributor

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    Another plus for the Sierra is that you can stuff bullets or a billet of lead into the bottom if you need extra weight.
     

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