SOOKA AR Grip

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SOOKA AR Grip

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The SOOKA PRS grip is unique not only in its name but in its functionality. It was named to pay homage to the Japanese tsuka-ito. This was the traditional silk chord wrap found on the famous katana swords of the ancient samurai. It was thought to be so secure it would allow samurai to keep on fighting with precision even with their grip soaked in blood. Precision under extreme adversity is a part of what allowed this ancient class to rule and defend Japan for hundreds of years. That same precision is what allows you to make every shot count when it matters most.

Designed for Precision

The SOOKA PRS grip was designed specifically for the needs of the long range community. Its flat top lacks the typical beaver tail allowing it to be fitted to any AR compatible chassis without alteration while its intermediate profiled palm shelf allows a hassle free grip regardless of your stages obstacles. These factors coupled with its body texturing add up to a truely precision grip

Built for Dependability

Through advances in polymer and 3D printing technology HKT has been allowed to produce the SOOKA grip from robust high strength shock and weather resistant polymer while maintaining an extremely light weight, ensuring your point of balance stays forward without sacrificing structural strength.

Why HKT?

HKT believes in pushing this community to new heights and challenging ourselves to be the best we can be, make the best we can make, because that's what we see when we go out to competitions and when we talk to our shooters. This uncompromising nature is our standard because its your standard. We are invested in your success because you are our community. We don't leave things to chance because, when you're behind the trigger, neither do you. We know that for you, hope is no strategy.