First Look: Firefield Rival XL Foregrip Combo

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posted on June 4, 2021
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New from Firefield is the Rival XL Foregrip Combo, which is ideal for use any M-Lok compatible AR system. The Rival XL Foregrip Combo is three-products-in-one system that reduces the amount of hardware and weight on your AR rail. The Foregrip is available with either a red or green laser, making it well-suited for rapid target acquisition when working in for short and medium-range hunting, personal defense, tactical operations or in a 3-gun competition.

The foregrips are modular and are able to be configured in different ways to customize your firearm grip. The flashlight provides a maximum 150 lumens of light, helping you navigate difficult environments in low-light conditions. The Rival XL Foregrip Combo is made of durable composite and metal construction with a matte-black finish and operates using a single CR123A battery.

Rival XL Foregrip Combo Features

  • Compact and lightweight
  • Ambidextrous digital switch
  • 5 Mega-Watt red or green laser
  • Windage and elevation adjustable
  • Integrated flashlight with 150-lumen brightness on high
  • Quick target acquisition
  • 600-yard nighttime visibility (Green)
  • 50-yard daytime visibility (Green)
  • 300-yard nighttime visibility (Red)
  • 20-yard daytime visibility (Red)


Product Specifications (Green Laser)

  • Laser Type Green, Class IIIA
  • Laser Power Output: < 5 watts
  • Dot size: 1.8 inches at 50 yards
  • Visibility-day: 50 yards
  • Visibility-night: 300 yards
  • Flashlight Brightness: Low: 75 lumens/High: 150 lumens
  • Battery Type: CR123A Lithium
  • Maximum Caliber: .308/7.62
  • Adjustment Value: Continuous
  • Finish/Color: Matte Black
  • Body Material: Plastic and Metal
  • Length: 4.33/110
  • Width: 0.98 inches
  • Height: 1.77 inches
  • Weight (w/ battery): 3.2 ounces

 

MSRP for the Rival XL Foregrip Combo is $119.96, and more information on this product and other gear from Firefield is available at fire-field.com.  

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