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Mako T-Pod Gen 2 Tactical Vertical Foregrip with Integrated Adjustable Bipod and 1" Flashlight Adapter Polymer Black

Mako Group
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The only fully functional bipod designed for precision shooting built into a vertical foregrip. More compact than first generation T-PODs with a look that matches our AG-43 Pistol Grip and other accessories Built for designated marksmen and those operating in urban settings who need to transition from close fighting to precision shooting. Issued to Israeli Special Forces and many US military units.

Specifications and Features:
New Single Back Button Consolidates and Simplifies Deployment Activation of the Bipod
Legs can be Independently Adjusted to 5 Different Settings
Transforms from Foregrip to a Fully Deployed Bipod with the Push of a Button
Legs are Made From Aluminum 6061-T6 Hard Coated Anodized Picatinny Rails
Non Slip and Sweat, Ventilated Design
Double Side Pressure Switch (Tailcap) housing
Quickly Attaches/Detaches from Picatinny Rail Systems with a Double Thumb Nut Screw
Thumb Activated Push Button on Grip activates light's tailcap switch
Durable, Hardwearing & Lightweight Reinforced Polymer Construction
Tested to Withstand up to 250 lbs when Mounted
Weight:12.17 ounces
Width: 1.7"
Height: 5.8"
Length: 5.3"
Open Width: 6.1"
Open Height: 8.3" 

Item#: 6-1922868,3-1922868
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"This fore grip is the best of both worlds. Integrated flashlight holder with an adjustable bipod. Eliminates not only the extra stuff for the light mount, but also eliminates the added rails (if you have a smooth rail like I do). Needs only a 3\" rail for mounting. The thumb button for the light trigger is up on the grip pretty high and I didn't like my big thumb hitting it and the rail at the same time so I made some rail and clamping adjustments so that my rail was flush under the clamp at the rear. Two thumb screws torque the clamp down to the rails, easily removable, yet stays on tight. Two hex wrench screws clamp the flashlight in place. Very little tolerance for adjustments in the flashlight clamp. Make sure you have a 1\" diameter light. My light was 0.94\" and I had to wrap some paper around the body to fatten it up so that the clamp would grab it tightly. The bipod is solid. Zero left/right wiggle. The bipod also features a pivot on the z-axis so that you can still twist about 20 degrees either way if you set up on a slant so that the rifle can remain upright. The bipod is spring loaded, and between the thumb release, and the internal button when you close it, it isn't too hard to figure out it's operation and adjustment capabilities. Bipod is made from a very hard injection mold plastic, and the bipod feet are angled and have rubber boots on them for grip. When put together, the grip is natural with neither being too big or too small, and the ergo fingering feels natural. For being a hybrid, you get what you par for with this."