The title of the thread says it all. Basically, I'm trying to justify spending money to get one. If there is nothing to be gained from adding this though aside from weightthen maybe I'll just save the money for something useful like a muzzle break or extra magazines.
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Designed for use with Picatinny railed hand guards, the RVG is a basic, light weight, cost-effective vertical fore grip. Shape is ergonomically designed for use as a traditional vertical grip. Includes all mounting hardware plus a universal mounting rail for custom fitting to many factory plastic hand guards.
As an instructor and as a shooter, I have seen just about every kind of grip imaginable. Of all the precision rifle fundamentals, grip is the least talked about and least practiced skillset of them all. Obviously there are other more important fundamentals such as body position, crosshair control, optical alignment, breathing, and trigger press.
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