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First Look: Mission First Tactical React M-Lok Compact Foregrip

First Look: Mission First Tactical React M-Lok Compact Foregrip

A vertical grip on an AR-15 gives you a repeatable, tactile indicator that your support hand is on the right location on your forend. In addition to this, a vertical foregrip is used by many AR-15 users as a way to control recoil and increase the accuracy of every shot. A vertical foregrip can help control the gun as you move it from target to target, speeding up your transitions as you engage new targets.

Mission First Tactical (MFT) is known for making high quality rifle and carbine accessories. Now they are introducing the React M-Lok Compact Foregrip. This compact, textured vertical grip is designed to minimize material and dimension, while still providing a positive grip surface for the shooter to control recoil.The grip also allows the support hand to apply rearward pressure to keep the weapon shouldered, which yields better muzzle control and accuracy.

The React M-Lok Compact Foregrip provides a low-profile design while still maintaining a wide grip that will fill the palm of the shooter’s hand to provide maximum comfort. The contoured shape and texture of the grip help keep it firmly in the palm of your hand when the going gets rough, preventing any sort of potential slippage. Complementing various shooting grip styles, the React M-Lok Compact Foregrip’s vertical length maximizes stability.

Mission First M-Lok Compact Foregrip Features

  • Ultra low-profile design
  • Compliments various shooting grip styles
  • Contoured shape and texture prevent slipping
  • Vertical length maximizes stability
  • Wide grip design fills palm more max comfort


The React M-Lok Compact Foregrip is available in either Black and Scorched Dark Earth, and has an MSRP of $22.95. For more information on this product or other gear from Mission First Tactical, please visit missionfirsttactical.com.

 

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