Firefield launches new Rival Foregrips for Picatinny and KeyMod rails

05/14/18 9:00 AM | by

The Rival Foregrips offer a stable platform for AR-15 shooters. (Photo: Firefield)

Firefield introduces a new set of forgrips, the Firefield Rival Foregrips, with models designed for both Picatinny and Keymod rails.

Using a skeletonized design, the Rival Foregrips shave off weight, tipping scales at a mere 4 ounces. Adding stability and control to AR-15 style firearms, Firefield said the attachments’ aluminum build results in foregrips that are shockproof and work alongside a variety of caliber rifles. The Rival series is finished with a textured surface for added grip and perfect for tactical style shooting, says Firefield.

The foregrips utilize a skeletonized design in order to reduce weight. (Photo: Firefield)

“Ideal for quick target acquisition, tactical shooting, and combat simulation, the Rival series ergonomic design was intended to make shooting as comfortable and natural as possible,” Firefield commented in a news release. “A textured surface finish delivers added grip to shooters who don’t have the time for slip-ups when it matters most.

Available for KeyMod and Picatinny, the Rival Foregrips are available from Firefield boasting a price tag of $24.

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