ACTION ARMY AAP-01 THUMB STOPPER - BLACK

Brand:

SKU: 9049
$49.99
( 1 review ) Write a Review

Product Overview

Action Army Thumb Stopper for AAP01 ( Black / Silver / Red )
Original option parts for AAP-01
Left / Right hand compatible

Learn more

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Nice Addition If You Don't Use A WML

    Posted by ianmfmedina on Nov 21st 2020

    I love this accessory! It reinforces proper grip with both hands as your dominant thumb will conform to the higher placed non-dominant thumb. I have 2 gripes with this thumb stop/rest. 1. It really is only affixed to the pistol by one screw and the trigger pin pushed out 2mm. Also, the part of the pistol where the trigger pin sits juts out further than where the mounting bolt goes on the top of the thump stop, causing a slight cant. 2. If you have a WML under the barrel, you have to make a deliberate effort to swing your non-dominant thumb but and then forward to get to the light controls. With practice it will become second nature though.

Adding to cart… The item has been added
Order Before 2pm CST To Ship Same Day
In Store Pick-Up in 2 Business Days

Why buy from MIR Tactical

Product Overview

Action Army Thumb Stopper for AAP01 ( Black / Silver / Red )
Original option parts for AAP-01
Left / Right hand compatible

Learn more

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Nice Addition If You Don't Use A WML

    Posted by ianmfmedina on Nov 21st 2020

    I love this accessory! It reinforces proper grip with both hands as your dominant thumb will conform to the higher placed non-dominant thumb. I have 2 gripes with this thumb stop/rest. 1. It really is only affixed to the pistol by one screw and the trigger pin pushed out 2mm. Also, the part of the pistol where the trigger pin sits juts out further than where the mounting bolt goes on the top of the thump stop, causing a slight cant. 2. If you have a WML under the barrel, you have to make a deliberate effort to swing your non-dominant thumb but and then forward to get to the light controls. With practice it will become second nature though.