Who makes a folding vertical grip for AR and any experience

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Who makes a folding vertical grip for AR and any experience

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you think I would know this, but its the first time having a customer ask me for this gheyness :roll:

needs to be quality, not china B.S.

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Best I could find in a short search. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021693755?pid=388804

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I’ve used one very similar, a little short, but so ain’t I, :shock: and both are made in the USofA https://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/g ... 30915.aspx

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mavrik wrote:
Sun Feb 23, 2020 5:30 pm
I’ve used one very similar, a little short, but so ain’t I, :shock: and both are made in the USofA https://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/g ... 30915.aspx
^ I agree - but I don't think they make those anymore? That one is pretty solid if you can find it and I still use it on the one piece I have that I need folding capability.

If you don't want folding, I have many with the little legs that shoot out of the bottom to form a bi-pod. They are excellent but I don't think they make the particular one I have anymore either. They do not fold.
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I have one in a drawer somewhere. If I remember correctly, it offers 5 positions. Let me know if the asker can't live without one.

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I ordered the LWRC one

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