Firefield Heavy-Duty Green Laser Flashlight Foregrip

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posted on November 22, 2016
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Sometimes, the temptation to load up a rifle with accessories can have unintended consequences. Filling rails with lights, lasers, grips and other accessories can be cumbersome and uncomfortable. Firefield developed a solution to this problem with its Heavy Duty Green Laser Flashlight Foregrip.

This two-in-one system provides a sturdy support grip for any Picatinny-rail-equipped firearm while offering users the benefit of a 230-lumen flashlight and 5-milliwatt green laser. The aluminum grip is textured to provide extra purchase, and the light-and-laser combo is activated through a push-button switch. The body itself is rated IPX6 waterproof, so the system is designed to work in nearly any conceivable weather conditions.

The laser and flashlight operate in dual mode, full illumination, strobe or laser-only options. The unit is powered by two CR123A batteries, which provide 2.5 hours of flashlight runtime or up to 16 hours of laser operation. The Heavy Duty Green Laser Flashlight Foregrip retails at a suggested price of $155.99.


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