Certainly looks good, but I don't believe they make lefty, do they?There is much more to the MPA vert. grip than just being vertical. The thumb rest and finger pad on the side offer some of the most important egos. Being able to isolate the finger pad of your trigger finger from the rest of your hand is a big deal and using your thumb and trigger finger to be able to pinch together while in unconventional positions that require the least amount of movement of the rifle to get off a perfect trigger press is vital at times.
I agree that it doesn’t seem like it’s meant to be gripped, it just feels a little off with the thumb wrapped around. Now with that said I narrowed the “web” and re-shaped it slightly and it feels great afterwards.I purchased the MPA grip to try and here is what I think,
The MPA has a thumb rest, I like that, it positions my hand and trigger finger and it “forces” a better engagement of the trigger and I think a more straight back pull on the trigger. I like that also.
It is a big grip and my hands are not huge but are on the larger side, it seems to fit me.
My daughter who’s hands are much smaller than mine tried it. And she immediately wanted that grip on her two rifles. She really likes it.
I do think a smaller version of it might be even better for her.
So it’s something I/we like. It does take a little to get used to as it is different on the hand position. It is not meant to be gripped, at least I don’t think so... each shooter can be different .