Black Wood USA's Walnut AR-15 Trigger Guards add a finishing wood touch to any rifle that has a wood stock, grips or rail panels. We make our trigger guards from the same hardwoods as the rest of our components and design them to fit Mil-Spec AR-15 lowers.
Each trigger guard comes with a set screw and mil spec AR15 roll pin to attach it to your lower.
Please Note: Our trigger guards are designed to fit mil-spec AR-15 lowers. While they will function correctly on a wide variety of firearms that utilize this style of lower, we cannot guarantee that the grips will fit seamlessly on larger caliber AR-10/SR25-style firearms.
About The Wood
English Walnut is a classic hardwood that has been used in firearms production for centuries. Its colors range from blonde to dark brown with most pieces having little color variation. The Wood Database rates its Janka Hardness at 1,220 lb.
No two pieces of lumber are alike and neither are our grip panels. We take pride in the unique patterns and colors found in each of our grip panels and know that you'll love the way the wood complements your firearm. Please note therefore, that the pieces you receive may not look exactly like those shown in the images.
About Our Collections
Every piece of wood we use is unique. However, to help ensure that the furniture on your rifle provides a uniform aesthetic, we do our best to match all wood furniture pieces within the same wood type. For example, you can rest assured that our Walnut (or Rosewood, Zebrawood, etc) Stock, Grip and Rail Panels will all look great together on your weapon.
I've decked out my BRN180 build with Black Wood's walnut gear and love it. Only wish they had their minimalist stock available.
It looks great and installed with little effort.
Great quality. Great price for something custom handmade. Super fast shipping. Just waiting for the grips to be back in stock and I’ll be ordering one of those as well!
Trigger Guard Installation:
-1/16" Allen Wrench (Provided)
-Roll Pin (Provided)
1. Remove upper receiver and lay lower receiver flat on a hard surface.
2. Seat wood trigger guard in place with large through hole to the rear, and gently tap the roll pin with hammer until it is approximately half way through the hole in the trigger guard.
3. Support the trigger guard tab from the rear and use the pin punch and hammer to tap the roll pin until it is flush.
4. Retrieve small set screw and provided allen wrench and insert/tighten front set screw into trigger guard until flush with receiver. (Do not over tighten! Doing so may crack trigger guard).
Examples of how others have used our components on their rifles.
Build and photos and Jace.
Rifle by Mike. Photos by Zero7One.