Featureless Rifle Grip AR15

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Our Price: $34.95

Product Code: CRG-15

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Why the need for a “Compliant Rifle Grip”?

Per recent California law, centerfire AR-15 rifles with bullet buttons are now considered assault weapons and must be registered before June 30th, 2018. Converting your rifle to a “featureless” rifle will mean that you will NOT be required to register it as an assault weapon. A “featureless” rifle is a fully functional rifle without the generic characteristics (or features) that define an assault weapon (such as a pistol grip, flash suppressor, telescoping stock, etc.). A “featureless” centerfire AR-15 rifle CAN have a normal and fully functional magazine release. Our CRG-15 rifle grip does NOT meet the California definition of a pistol grip (see details below*) due to the “forced” placement of the web of the trigger hand; therefore, we have classified this product as a “Compliant Rifle Grip”. The CRG-15 grip is an important aspect in the building of a “featureless” rifle.

Why the CRG-15 Rifle Grip?

There are other options to eliminating the pistol grip on your rifle to make it compliant or “featureless”, but many of them are not comfortable or functional such as kydex grip wraps or grip fins. Many also don’t look very good, or are downright ugly! Others are very expensive and difficult to change back if you want to go shooting in another state. In contrast, our CRG-15 rifle grip is very affordable and only requires one screw to install. We also designed it to be as comfortable and functional as possible, while keeping consistent with the modern look of the AR-15 platform (it matches other premium furniture already on your rifle). We believe our CRG-15 rifle grip is the highest quality, the best value, the best looking, and the most comfortable “non-pistol” grip available... we hope you agree!


We are not lawyers, and this is not legal advice. This and similar products have not been approved by the California Department of Justice. Even so, our attorneys, Michel & Associates P.C., prepared an analysis of the CRG-15 rifle grip and wrote an opinion stating that it is not a “pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon,” as that term is used in the definition of an “assault weapon” under California Penal Code section 30515(a)(1).

*Definition per State of California’s “Assault Weapons Identification Guide”, 3rd Edition, November 2001, page 80: “Pistol Grip, conspicuously protruding: A grip that allows for a pistol style grasp in which the web of the trigger hand (between the thumb and index finger) can be placed below the top of the exposed portion of the trigger while firing.”

Click the image below for more information about the CRG-15 analysis from the prominent 2A law firm Michel & Associates.

Michel and Associates CRG-15 Analysis

Click the image below for more information about building "featureless" and the "Assault Weapon" Quick Reference Guide from Michel & Associates.

Michel and Associates AW Quick Reference Guide

Shipping Lead Time

We usually ship the same day or the next business day depending on what time your order is placed and what time USPS picks up. Please see the map below to determine the approximate transit days for USPS from our location in Shingle Springs, CA (we do ship to other states too, but mostly within California).

USPS Approx Ship Days

As we approach the June 30th deadline, we would like to remind everyone that you CAN disassemble your AR rifle (completely separate the upper from the lower) if you are unable to convert it to featureless in time. Below is an excerpt out of the Quick Reference Guide from Michel & Associates.

"DISASSEMBLY: A firearm has to be assembled and functioning to be an AW. Consequently, disassembling the firearm, or removing a crucial part of the firearm that will prevent it from functioning, or even taking the upper receiver off from the lower receiver, should take the firearm out from under the “AW” definition. But once disassembled, the firearm can never be reassembled in California into a configuration that meets the definition of an “AW,” and you should never manifest the intent to reassemble the firearm in an “AW” configuration in California (never discuss your firearm or how it might be reassembled with anyone). CAUTION: If a firearm is lacking a non-essential part, like a magazine, or a part not required for the firearm to function, or if the firearm is disabled by a gun lock but can otherwise still function properly, it is NOT a “disassembled” firearm. The firearm would still be considered an “AW”."

Features & Benefits
  • Comfortable hold... similar to a shotgun
  • Looks cool... matches modern sporting rifle furniture
  • Avoid assault weapon registration
  • Anti-slip texture
  • Even better with our SSA-15 Safety Selector

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 23 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Worth the money. April 6, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from CA, United States of Merica 🇺🇸  
I was hesitant to buy this grip for my CA-Compliant rifle. However, after seeing one on a rifle at the range and asking the owner about it and trying it out for myself , my mind was changed. It is very comfortable and even better than the fin grip I had with a protruding piece for your thumb grip.  My hands are not that large and I can still easily hit the mag release button.

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Well made! February 5, 2019
Reviewer: Anil Harripersaud from Schenectady, NY United States  
Cons - hollowed grip with bottom of grip open. Would have been nice to have a trap door at the bottom.
Cannot get my thumb around the grip because I have a rifle lenght stock (luth).
Pros - amazing packaging, nice presentation.
Well made.

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Best Option on Market January 21, 2019
Reviewer: Dakota from California  
I've bought several featureless grips and this one is the only one I keep coming back to for my builds. The design allows for some versatility in how you carry it, the polymer used is a high grade and doesn't have the flimsy feel other manufacturers have, and installation, contrary to what some have said, is a breeze for me. To date I have four of this grip, two more on the way I couldn't be happier about them.

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Love this grip! December 16, 2018
Reviewer: Stephen from California  
This is a great response to featureless build requirements, and the grip still looks good on my rifle!  I am planning on ordering another for my Colt LE 6920 to keep it compliant.  I have seen that some people have complained that the grip is too hard to get on, but I feel that it was easier than the 2 magpul grips I have installed in the past.  Very happy with the company and the product.

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Great grip, but hard to install. September 26, 2018
Reviewer: Will from California  
This grip is great, but installing it is a pain -- the grip is an interference fit with the lower.  You essentially have to force it on (I got it on after deforming one of the corners) and then pull it on by tightening the cap head screw.  The chance of cross threading the fastener into the lower seems to be a bit high, since you have no "feel" for the threads on the screw since you cannot see the alignment of the screw when starting it and then it is under a lot of tension while pressing the grip into position.  The final result turned out fine, and hopefully the plastic will creep and become much less tight over time so installing a normal grip while in free states becomes easier...

Were the fit better, this would be a 5 star product.

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