ZeroBravo – Reversible Hand Stop


ZeroBravo’s Reversible Hand Stop is a KeyMod-compatible hand stop which is designed for use with multiple mounting locations depending on the shooter’s need. Machined from 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum with Mil-Spec Type III anodizing, the RHS features a low-profile size and shape, and weighs in at only .7 ounces. 3-way texturing helps the shooter to keep positive retention on the RHS during use.

As previously mentioned, the RHS is fully reversible and can be utilized in a variety of ways, depending on the shooter’s requirements. Some examples include:


As a hand stop, to prevent the shooter from moving their hand beyond their rail.


On the bottom rail, to properly position the hand and assist with recoil and control, akin to a traditional vertical grip.


On the side rail, to act as a reference so the shooter can maintain proper position every time they draw their weapon.

The RHS is being offered exclusively through RSR Group. Dealers can order the RHS here.


5 Responses to “ZeroBravo – Reversible Hand Stop”

  1. mike says:

    this is a cool hand stop and I might use this for the crook between my thumb and index finger. I hope someone comes out with a keymod AFG or PTK1 someday soon.

  2. Taylor says:

    Oh no! It sure looks a lot like the BCM stubby grips, the Magpul hand stop, and various other grips that you can attach to a rail! Must be infringement somewhere!

    On a serious note I do like having an aluminum option now

  3. joe says:

    I have two, but am selling one since I replaced it with the new BCM handstop. They’re great though–very low profile, but really have a nice curve to them. I first discovered them here when I noticed one in a picture on a Haley rifle and someone mentioned who made it. They’re well made and don’t take up much room.

  4. Good to see more and more options for keymod – growing day by day to be the industry second standard behind picatinny

  5. Luke says:

    I’m a big fan of this. Have to think long and hard whether to get this or the BCM, sucks to have more good options every day.