Resurgent Arms, LLC
Introducing our Ergonomic End Plate.
A premium solution to the problem of the hand rubbing against the end plate and/or castle nut.
- Beveled sides reduce uncomfortable friction against the web of your trigger hand.
- A smooth slope cups the castle nut, to protect the thumb knuckle.
Precision-machined from aluminum, the product is half the weight of a normal endplate.
They have been bead-blasted for a matte finish, and hard coat anodized or cerakoted for color.
I bought this end plate for my new featureless rifle as the grip forces the web of my shooting hand uncomfortably against the milspec version. It is very smooth. I ordered black anodized. The only comment I have is the anodizing looks more purple than a true black.
Silky smooth on my hand fde color looks great
A nice smooth end place to protect the inner webbing of your thumb from abrasion from both a stock end plate and the castle nut. Depending on the size of your hand, it helps handling a featureless grip so you hand doesn't get irritated. Larger hands would benefit from this; smaller hands can get away with it, but it depends how high you choke up on the featureless grip. Overall great product and does as intended.
Definitely worth buying! Blends everything in to look and feel better!
Needed/essential for the RA Compliant grip
Only reason I don't give it a 5 star rating is it should be recommended & sold with the Calif. Compliant Grip as a set. I bought Grip first and after installation I realized this endplate is a must for my situation. The rubber bands just don't work well for me.
Nice quality, have both black and fde and they go on smooth and are ergonomic. Thanks!
Looks great and helps grip purchase
Thank you so very much. I asked about getting some more of the rubber band-like things on my last order and you threw in a bunch for free. I appreciate you all so much. Also this end-plate you've created is so well designed, machined and finished. Best end plate around. It's so well done that it'd be great even on non-featureless builds. Thank you Resurgent Arms! -Scott