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Posted: 1/15/2006 2:24:46 PM EDT
I've tried out a few vertical grips,and I've
decided I want one for my MBR.
Standing shots with one seemed to strain
stronger muscles instead of weaker ones .

My rifle's a PTR-91 ,a US made HK-91 clone.

I already have a picatinny railed forearm for it ,
I just need to pick out a good vertical grip.

This is a pretty heavy set up ,so the grip has to be
a pretty tough one,but I'm trying to stay light.
This isn't for a safe queen .It will see heavy use .

I'm currently looking at a Tango down grip,and
at a CQD Tactical hand grip.

The Tango Down is a high tech plastic,
the CQD is one piece aircraft aluminum.
I can't find the weight listed on these to
list it.
I'm wondering if the CQDs (probable) heavier
weight is worth it ?

Anyone have experience with these or any other
vertical grips ,please chime in.
I don't want to do this 10 times before it's right.

I can't believe I waited this long to get into these.
Thanks.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 5:45:49 PM EDT
I go with the lightest VG's I can find which are the various plastic ones.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:11:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Accomplice:
I go with the lightest VG's I can find which are the various plastic ones.



ditto, I bought a 20 dollar plastic one that works fine and is as tough as I need it to be.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:14:59 PM EDT
ARMS 23

Accepts any AR grip

Not to mention the throw lever design for quick and easy removal.
Link Posted: 1/15/2006 6:22:12 PM EDT
GG&G, my brother. Tough, turned on a lathe out of thermo polymer plastic, light weight as well. Mine has seen regular heavy use for the last 2 years and I have'nt had an issue with it yet. Mine goes to work with me, so it's not just been taken to the range. I believe I picked it up from CMMG.
Link Posted: 1/16/2006 1:08:43 PM EDT
Thanks for the responses so far ,
Keep them coming.

Anyone else want to throw in their 2 cents ?
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