Stark Equipment SE-2 AR-15 Grips with Sling Mount

stark_se2_02Stark Equipment is now shipping their latest product, the SE-2 Sling Grip for AR-15 style rifles. The SE-2 is the first AR-15 pistol grip to be integrated with an ambidextrous sling mount.

The SE-2 is available in two versions. The Hook Mount provides a loop compatible with most common sling hooks.  The Swivel Mount allows the attachment of push-button sling swivels.

The SE-2’s sling mount is located above the hand and below the buffer tube, with a low profile design that stays out of the way of even fully collapsed M4-style stocks. When added to AR pistols, the SE-2 provides excellent one-handed control while providing sling attachment that doesn’t clutter up the receiver extension.

Extensive strength testing has been performed on the SE-2 to ensure a reliable attachment point that you can depend on.

Just like the original SE-1 Pistol Grip, the design of the SE-2 enhances weapon ergonomics and functionality, bringing M16, M4 and AR-15 style weapons to a higher level of control and comfort. The grip has been designed for a wide range of hand sizes and shooting demands. Features include a smooth integral trigger guard to increase comfort, textured surface for added grip and storage for batteries or other equipment.

The SE-2 Sling Grip is available in Black, Dark Earth and OD Green.


These grips are considered to be very good AR-15 grips by a number of people.  Mossberg is now using the Stark Equipment SE-1 grips on a number of their AR-15 (modern sporting rifles).  The grips feel good in the hand and these offer the benefit of having a quick-attach, quick-detach point for adding a sling.  These SE-2 grips are available in black, but other colors such as foliage green, olive drab, flat dark earth and more will likely be available in the near future.

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