foregrip tac-light advice

Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories & Gear' started by talbertjm, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. talbertjm

    talbertjm Member

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    hello, need a little advice. I'm wanting to put on a UTG quad-rail, fore-grip and some kind of tac-light. I want to mount the light in front of the fore-grip. Is there a light that has a trigger to engage instead of a button. any advice will be greatly considered. I'm not crazy about the cheap, squeeze the rubber and light maybe comes on type either.

    thank you,
    joe
     
  2. southernfirepower

    southernfirepower New Member

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    Hey joe first of all just know that the utg quad rail does not protect from heat to well, and those rail covers it comes with tend to melt and slide back and forth easy. So if you do get it I would recommend getting high quality stuff that can take the heat to mount to it(assuming your rifle gets hot) what kind of rifle you mounting it on, I mount mine on my ak
     

  3. talbertjm

    talbertjm Member

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    i'm working with an m-4, bushmaster. I read some reviews on it, i know its not top dollar, but a lot of folks seem to like it. i do like to run a few rounds through it, but nothing like when you first get your gun. what is on your AK and what kind of AK you got
     
  4. southernfirepower

    southernfirepower New Member

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    That's from both sides of the quad. I put only magpul on the front in regards to rail covers and foregrip. Their polymer is really strong and hasn't melted yet. Those covers protect from the heat really well and are low pro. I highly recommend the magpul stuff for the rail system.... And it's a wasr10
     
  5. MrWray

    MrWray New Member

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    +1 on the Magpul rail covers