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  1. Excellent
    100%
    Nice and sturdy, works great.

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  2. Good, but needs work
    60%
    Fitment with the rails on the free-float handguard was very tight. The rails shaved out some plastic while sliding it into place. I have no fear of this thing slipping during use.

    The finish is a little sloppy. Mine had excess flashing along the central seam, which I had to trim off with a sharp blade. I had to take down the rest of the sharp flashing ridge along the seam with sandpaper.

    Once that's done, it feels good in the hand. I found the swappable finger shelf was not a good fit for my hands, so I changed it out for the flat piece, which feels way more comfortable.

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  3. Tight fit
    80%
    Some filing of the rail portion required for a very tight fit. Once installed provides a strong and reliable grip. Recommended over a vertical grip for a 14.5 inch AR.

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Angled Foregrip (Wide style)

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SKU
688713046611-1
From CA$19.97

A generic angled foregrip, made from a high quality industrial polymer and has a single attachment screw. The screw is smooth for most of its length, to minimize scuffing the slot on your favorite rail.

Includes a replaceable finger shelf so that you can choose if you want a finger-contour or flat surface.

  • Textured profile provides a comfortable and secure user interface.
  • Reduces fatigue and improves weapon control.
  • Straight mount for easy rail installation
  • Compatible with 20mm Picatinny rail
  • Installs with one (1) slotted screw
  • Unmarked
  • Installed weight: 70g
  • Dimensions: 137 x 35 x 57 mm (L x W x H)

You get:

  1. Angled foregrip
  2. Two swappable finger inserts

Compatible with:

  • All picatinny and weaver rails

Installation Difficulty: 

Large slot screw driver is needed for installation onto a rail.

Hex key is needed to change the finger shelf.