I took this pic at a store that no longer has this pistol grip, light. I’ve been looking at all the sites I know and still can’t find it. The store doesn’t remember what it was either. If anyone recognizes this grip id appreciate the info.
here yo go..
Mako Vertical Forend Grip and Trigger Activated Light Mount Polymer Black
lol i love this Site, I checked a bunch of websites and called places. Thanks ISD
glad to help
im sad, ive been an AR owner For 3 days. I had to leave it at the shop and I miss her already lol But ill be getting that grip ordered tomorrow.
this is another goody you might consider for faster mag changes and malfunction clearing....
and this one, costs a bit more though...
That looks interesting never seen that before. Do you have one? Id be concerned with it being bulky. Would like to see how it works.
Don't have an AR and won't fit a Sig 556..
But I have used the Dog Leg on a few different POF AR's and it was great. These were Select Fire AR's and it did make mag changes faster with only having to hit the lever with your trigger finger to charge the weapon.
You conserve movement with using it, Mag drops out, mag goes in and hand goes right to the front grip or hand guard while you charge it with your trigger finger...
ill put that on the back burner, might have to think about that awhile, thanks again
I'd take my time and slowly add things to it.
Figure out what it is that you want this weapon for exactly and outfit it accordingly. Too many people slap dash tacticool spending money like a fool. Then end up with a load of crap they won't use and don't want but can not get their money out of...
That is one of the reason so many wives get pissed with guys and their guns...
$500.00 - $1000.00 for a AR... Then another then all the stuff bought and tried out only to find it isn't cared for and stuck with it or sell it at a loss...
A very good point, but I’ve only ever traded one gun in in my life and it was because it slid bit me every time I pulled the trigger. I’m just adding standard upgrades so far. Adjustable stock a new hand guard w rails, scope, pistol grip.
It has two levers on it. One is for setting length of pull and the other right in front of it at the read of the uppper is to tighten it so there isn't any chance of slop on the buffer tube. I think the Bushmaster has a MilSpec buffer tube?
If so consider the CTR and ACS Magpuls. they won't have any slop on the buffer tube...
I've actually seen a Barret AR15 which would allow the stock to rock about an 1/8 inch on the tube. That is a huge opps when you consider what an 1/8 ever 1 foot adds up to be at 100 yards.
Since this is my first AR im still picking stuff up. Your talking about the stocks rocking? Ive never shot a rifle without a fixed stock, would a poor adjustable stock really through off a shot that far?
The butt is pressed into your shoulder, the front is gripped by your forward hand and it flexes right above and behind your grip and trigger. So there is the chance without question. Will it? dunno, you could get used to it, hell, whatever stock you go for might not pivot there, or not right away at least.
Not all AR manufactures build exactly to Mil Spec's, dunno why, but they don't, commercial parts are not always controlled that closely.
I have shot a Bushmaster Ar 15 which did have a problem with the stock pivoting like above and it did screw up when moving and shooting until you got used to it. Pain is the ass too..
Ok , I’m going to slow down on it, excited about my first AR but your right. Got a good gun no point in putting shit on it