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Old 03-21-2011, 03:00 AM   #1
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Default Anyone have experience with Grip Pods Systems?

Like the title says...

Anyone have any first hand experience?

Yay or nay?

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Old 03-21-2011, 03:56 AM   #2
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Came close to buying a chinese knock off. Make sure the one you buy comes from a reputable source and that it's branded on the side.

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Used them in the Army and never had a problem with them, just know its either in or out theres no height adjustment wich can kinda get in your way now and again. But as long as your fine with that go for it, their not bad.

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I can't stand those ones because they were so big. Search for the Fab Defense Tpod. I have personally had one of these and absolutely loved it because it was smaller, more versatile and you can literally jump on the gun and it won't break. Here's the google store search results for you. Fab Defense TPOD Black Vertical Foregrip w/ Bipod

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They are really big for a vertical grip, but since they have a built in bipod I can overlook that. From my experience they are not as solid as a true bipod when the legs are collapsed. I've messed with a few in the Army and used one a couple weeks ago. Personally, I like just a stubby vert grip.

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