Magpul® M-LOK® MVG® Vertical Grip

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Magpul M-LOK™ MVG® Vertical Grip

The M-LOK™ MVG® is a light weight, inexpensive vertical foregrip that attaches directly to M-LOK™ compatible hand guards and forends with no additional Picatinny rails required. Made from the same high quality polymer as other Magpul products, the M-LOK™ MVG® uses the new Magpul TSP texture for positive control in all environments. With rounded contours and a shorter length, it has been optimized for use with the "thumb break method" of shooting and can also be used as a traditional vertical foregrip.

All hardware necessary for attachment directly to M-LOK™ Slots on either aluminum or polymer hand guards and forends is included.

Made in U.S.A.


  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by BRIAN on 17th Apr 2020

    Great product, price, and fast shipping! Thank you!

  • 5
    Magpul M-LOK MVG grip

    Posted by Treadproof Academy on 7th Oct 2019

    Simple install with no issues. I have used plentyof Magpul gear through the years and this product held zero to the standard of quality and design expected from Magpul. SKD delivery was perfect as always.

  • 5
    Just Right

    Posted by D. King on 20th Apr 2016

    Some forward grips are too long, or too stubby, or too thin. Magpul's are just right.

  • 5
    Light and Functional

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Feb 2016

    If you're looking for a lightweight, highly ergonomic fore grip for an m-lok rail, this is it, IMO.

  • 3

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Oct 2015

    You need a really long Allen wrench to instal it, there is no point to that as they could have just put a Philips screw in. Other than that I like the way the M-LOK stuff grabs the rail... no space and this makes it really good for a thumb over hold.

  • 2
    mounting is a bitch

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Oct 2015

    mounting most m-lok accessories is easy, for this you have to have a set of really long allen wrenches. I fear I might have to go by a $50 set of tools to instal a $20 part. Why didn't they use a philips is anyone's guess.

  • 5
    Easy as 1,2,3

    Posted by Zach on 18th Jan 2015

    Now if we could just convince BCM to make a M-LOK VFG...