Gear: GRIP POD FORWARD HAND GRIP & BIPOD SYSTEM

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GRIP POD FORWARD HAND GRIP & BIPOD SYSTEM

Grip Pod Available Here
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Accessories
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Description:

Winner of the U.S. Army Competition for CQB Bipod System. The Grip Pod System vertical grip instantly deploys a bipod at the push of a button. Every rifleman needs one of these for enhanced target acquisition and precision fire- FAST! Using th,GRIP POD SYSTEM FEATURES: Most police and military snipers worldwide use bipods to make surgically precise long-range shots. The Grip Pod System offers increased speed and accuracy, smaller size than non-integrated units

Member Reviews

  • Glock_tiger_17_max30
    catm2005, Sun, 24 Jun 2007 23:07:17 UTC.
    1st review

    I have used these on M249s and M4s. They work ok for what we use them for. The only draw back to it is the size. If your using it on ar series weapon then it is almost as long as the magazine is.
    Still is great for a designated marksmen though.

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  • Usmcdevildog_max30
    devildog911, Fri, 13 Jul 2007 07:25:14 UTC.

    I like having a forward vertical grip on my m-4. It keeps the forward hand at a more natural position and provides a more positive hold on the weapon. With this particular unit you get that and a bipod. For those of us who spend extended periods of time at the range it is definitely useful. The only drawback that i've had with the units like this that I've handled is that the retention screw doesn't provide enought grip on the rail of the weapon when tightened by hand, and if tightened with pliers or wrenches is impossible to remove without them. But all in all it's a good accessory to have.

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    Anonymous, Tue, 14 Aug 2007 15:22:49 UTC.

    I've haerd these are ok Im checkin them out I think it should work fine though!

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  • Bigbadgemem_max30
    sdidur, Mon, 10 Dec 2007 06:26:29 UTC.

    i found this grip to work great for what it is designed to do. In my opinion it is primarily a forward verticle grip. It was great when going prone at two hundred plus meters. getting the gun down low in low cover areas, very steady. a good piece of kit.

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  • Dont_tread_on_me_max30
    rlh11bravo, Wed, 02 Jan 2008 20:16:51 UTC.

    They are a little pricey, and sometimes will get stuck if sand or dirt gets up inside of it, but they give you a steadier platform than your arm, and if you set your weapon down you can keep your barrel out of the dirt.

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    aaa111, Wed, 07 May 2008 13:00:35 UTC.

    looks like it fits the rail, which is good. will have to try one

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    SGTAUBLE, Thu, 29 May 2008 20:07:25 UTC.

    Ive used these overseas and back home, they work great easy to mount and move, for quick adjustments. My only draw back is the hinge that the legs and springs pivot on is not that durable, and break easy if mishandled in the field, I know first hand, and at $150 a piece they are not cheap replacements, but over all great weapon addition.

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  • Zee-2_max30
    Wolvarine, Thu, 26 Jun 2008 01:28:40 UTC.

    Awesome Grip Pod Works Great!

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    ksphatcop, Tue, 26 Aug 2008 05:48:12 UTC.

    I have the model with the foam grip. Excellent balance on my ar15 but it adds alot of weight.

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    Anonymous, Sat, 20 Sep 2008 23:38:05 UTC.

    this actually works. This is a very easy to use modification to a M4 A4. However needs a version with a flashlight

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    Big_Spence, Fri, 20 Feb 2009 00:13:32 UTC.

    Whatever..... Winner for "Competition"- great for competion, not really needed for "Action".

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    fast_supra250, Wed, 04 Mar 2009 04:23:40 UTC.

    This is the worst foregrip slash bipod product I have ever seen for any weapon system. It is not durable at all and provides no stability when firing from a prone position. The US Army needs to immediately stop the purchase of this product. I wish i could give it lower than a one. The only good use is setting your weapon down and keeping it out of the dirt. Serious BOO! on this one.

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  • Wpns_table_max30
    Bulldog136, Tue, 31 Mar 2009 23:44:15 UTC.

    Wasn't my favorite, just as soon use a Harris. It was big and bulky and the legs broke easily. It looks really cool and the legs shoot out when you hit the button. But the problem is the legs shoot out when you hit the button, which makes your buddies in the stack sooooo happy.

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  • L_0ba5164da6ba41ceb23b8288029e9adc_max30
    spcmay, Wed, 06 May 2009 14:16:01 UTC.

    I have been useing this grip pod for the last 6 months in Ramadi Iraq and havent had a single problem with it.... its on my M-4 Carbine as well as a replacement grip pod on my M249 SAW. Def recomend this to anyone wanting a good grip as well as stability when fireing a weapon with a aimsight like a ACOG.

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    airborne_mech, Wed, 13 May 2009 18:19:23 UTC.

    This type of vertical grip is great for for zeroing your weapon, and even qualifying. For everyday day use for what we do its a bit to big.

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  • 100_0622_max30
    buttercupbern, Sat, 13 Jun 2009 10:45:37 UTC.

    THIS HAS A GREAT GRIP!!

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  • Gijoe-snake-eyes-fl2_max30
    aallen, Thu, 24 Sep 2009 15:06:11 UTC.

    GOOD PRODUCT BUT UNEEDED WEIGHT.

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  • Goodtimes10_max30
    copinsdca, Thu, 12 Nov 2009 02:32:49 UTC.

    Had it issued to me in Afghanistan. Thing snagged on everything possible and was not stable at all. Never saw anyone using the bi-pod feature other than at a firing range and their shot groups were not good because it's not stable. The broomhandle alone is maybe useful if you like to shoot with one. The one issued to me swiftly went into the junk pile of useless issued crap. If you really need a bipod get a Harris collapsing bipod and mount that's compatable with your gun. I guess some people think it looks cool so go ahead and toss that hard earned money away.

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  • L_accbaee466a5b6a20ef989c5877d9609_max30
    JohnEady, Mon, 23 Nov 2009 07:33:40 UTC.

    I use this bi-pod on my AR-15 with the extra pic rail for the green laser and flashlight.

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  • 2011_range_day_2-19-10_max30
    USLawman1983, Wed, 05 May 2010 04:08:57 UTC.

    Its good for using at the range. But I don't care for it for work. Its huge and a bit heavy. Its also way overpriced. I went back to a traditional vertical foregrip for my patrol rifle.

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    sirengirl55, Tue, 26 Jul 2011 21:56:01 UTC.

    okay product.

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  • 20131224_114509_29491_max30
    JSFISH, Thu, 29 Mar 2012 18:08:46 UTC.

    Serves its purpose. I only use it for the Bipod. Very sturdy. Bipod sticks sometimes.

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    TotalForceTraining, Wed, 06 Jun 2012 21:36:42 UTC.

    Didn't like them when I was in service, Don't like them now.

    On something like a SAW or the new IAR, I can see it.

    Way too long to serve as a vert grip and the weapon felt flimsy on the bipod to me.

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  • Knightwarrior_max30
    Badge314, Sat, 14 Jul 2012 03:54:59 UTC.

    Works GREAT...

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