Mid-Evil Industries Offers VFG Adjustable Foregrip

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posted on May 3, 2017
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One of the most common accessories used on tactical rifles in the shooting world is a vertical or angled foregrip, giving users a known position for hand placement or for use bracing against objects to provide a more stable shooting platform. The Mid-Evil Industries 360-degree VFG Adjustable Foregrip allows for an incredibly versatile range of adjustment, giving shooters many more options when it comes to building a comfortable and practical rifle rig.

The problem that the VFG foregrip solves is the permanent design molded into most grips on the market. Generally, grips come in a strictly vertical or permanently angled configuration, molded into the shape of the polymer grip attachment. The grip from Mid-Evil Industries eliminates that restriction.

The grip uses a ball joint that rotates 360 degrees, allowing for a full rotation and pivoting at any point below the attachment mount. The joint is locked in place through the use of a twisting handle, allowing users to quickly and easily adjust the mount's position with a simple turn of the handle.

The handle itself is hollow and contains an Allen key to assist with mounting the foregrip to any Picatinny rail. The company also has models available for KeyMod and M-Lok rifle rails. Options for standard-length and stubby grips are available, with models measuring in at 3.875 inches and 3.5 inches, respectively. The interior of the grip can be used to store spare parts and other accessories and features an O-ring seal to protect the grip's contents. The total weight of the unit is 5.7 ounces for a standard model and 5.5 ounces for a stubby model.

The attachment of the unit to a Picatinny rail involves securing two Allen-head bolts on the side of the VFG foregrip. The angle can be easily set and secured fairly well with hand strength, but to secure the grip even further, a slotted head is fitted to the bottom of the grip that can be used to further secure the grip's position.

The suggested retail price on the Mid-Evil Industries 360-degree VFG Adjustable Foregrip is $129.95.

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