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CQB Spotlight Field Spotlight Sniper Spotlight
Proud Spec Op Grip
[01960 / AC-5700]
$20.00
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by I. RODRIGUEZ-TORRENT Date Added: Wednesday 05 December, 2007
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
Ingenious design. Works great, a nice SNAP sound is emitted once the bipod flips out. Snaps back into place inconspicuously. If you have slightly bigger than average hand it works even better.
by S. BERESFORSD Date Added: Tuesday 14 August, 2007
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
not S beresford its her son. This Bi-Pod is very good my friend gave one to me and the works great i can put mine on pistols Aegs and sniper although im not sure why i tried to put it on a pistol but overall for a bipod this is GREAT
by R. ECARMA Date Added: Sunday 22 July, 2007
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
The points made above still apply I am just adding an addendum

Pros: Bipod included, relative light weight, simple solution for two tactical solutions. Loud pop can be reduced if opened against a soft surface i.e. self.

Cons: Tightening nut will strip after X number of adjustments. To solve this temporarily I simply flipped the nut to face the other way to tighted it, this will work although a replacement nut will have to be found.
by T. RIEPER verified buyer Date Added: Wednesday 20 June, 2007
verified buyer
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
Good grip. I have big hands, so the thickness of this grip was really nice for me.

Pros:
Included bipod.
Long, thick grip.
Very sturdy once on.

Cons:
Bipod comes out so violently it could kill small animals or knock someone out.
Actually gave my position away the first time I used it.
Hated the way it mounts. I wish I could slide it on and off or to other positions without having to use the wrench.
Bipod does not swivel and can hold up a questionable amount of weight.
by T. SHARROCK Date Added: Friday 18 May, 2007
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
Great Handle...it is really sturdy...the "pop" noise as previously mentioned isn't that big of a deal...
My only issue was the bolt that tightens it on striped out just putting it on the rail...I believe I just got a lemon though....and it was easily replaced by a random bolt and nut I found in my shop...

Note: it is longer (and I believe wider) then a "normal" foregrip, so if you have small hands it might feel huge, but if you have larger hands it seems to fit better...
by H. WHITMAN Date Added: Tuesday 15 May, 2007
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
Pros: This is a great multi purpose item. Nice fat front grip to hold on to, and at the push of a button bipod. It is very well constructed. Enough so that I let other palyers try it out on a consistent basis with no worries that they could hurt it. Its also nice to be able to set your gun down in almost any terrain with out laying it on its side.

Con: It does have a loud pop, so just be aware. I normally do as previously stated or put it against my leg and then allow it to slide out. At the right position this will pop you in the nuts!!!!

Overall if your going to buy a foregrip why not buy one with multi purposes for the same price.
by K. LIN Date Added: Monday 08 January, 2007
For: Proud Spec Op Grip
this foregrip/bipod is actually pretty good. i seen one that has a metal bipod in it but that cost $100. this one is all plastic. i used it for my m15a4. the only minor problem that i didnt like was that it makes a somewhat loud *pop* when you press the button. not a very big problem but then again i was trying to sneak around my friend when i pressed the button. a good way to keep it quiet is to put the feet of the bipod on the ground then press the button. after that, pull it out. a very good foregrip/bipod combination for its price!
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