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Most Helpful Positive Review Not bad for the $$
The only negative is that it took some farting around to get a nice solid installation. It wanted to wiggle a bit so I made a few mods to firm it up.
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Leapers UTG M4 Foldable Foregrip

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 4, 2013
I like it... provides great control; helps greatly reduce muzzle climb.
Pros: Really nice forgrip; great features too
Cons: Large mounting base cover most of my M4s picatinny rails...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leaders UTG foldable fore grip

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 28, 2013
Mounted this on an M&P 15-22.
There is no moving compression fitting and the grip was loose on the rail.
To get a tight squeeze fit, I saw cut the kerf (in the center of the rail fitting) down deeper to the top of the handle. Still plenty of material to keep it together, and allowed enough flexibility that the bolt could squeeze the fitting tight against the rail.
Pros: Great value
Cons: Required modification to get a tight fit....
Would recommend: Yes
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Leaper UTG Foregrip on Colt AR-15

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on April 14, 2013
I mounted mine on a Colt AR-15 with 16" barrel & collapse stock(M4 look)that I have had for over 20yrs. Tri rail on stock handguard. The new grip had no side to side slack but slight bck/fwd and was easily fixed with a sleeve placed in tri rail. Grip folds forward so I can use stock handguard for normal shooting W/O special gloves or rubber tabs needed.
Pros: Comfort, versatile, looks, & value.
Cons: Had to sleeve bolt to remove slight back/fwd slack, ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Not bad for the $$

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on February 22, 2013
The only negative is that it took some farting around to get a nice solid installation. It wanted to wiggle a bit so I made a few mods to firm it up....
Would recommend: Yes
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Leapers UTG Ergonomic Ambidextrous 5-position Foldable Foregrip

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 19, 2013
Great value for the money locks securely into place. Only drawback is release mechanism is a little stiff.
Pros: Very sturdy
Cons: Release mechanism takes a little getting use to...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leapers UTG Ergonomic Ambidextrous 5-position Foldable Foregrip

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, GA Written on February 4, 2013
Great grip and a great price.
Pros: Price, feel and battery storage
Cons: None so far...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leapers UTG Ergonomic Ambidextrous 5-position Foldable Foregrip

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NC Written on April 12, 2012
This grip met all my expectations. It was installed on a Walther G22 rifle.
It installed with ease on the picatinny rail. I purchased this because of its adjustability. My son and I share this rifle and of course do not agree on what is comfortable. With this foregrip we can quickly and easily adjust it to our own individual liking. Even though I installed it on a G22 (22 LR), I have no doubt it would be useful and just as dependable on a larger caliber rifle.
While we both like this foregrip, I doubt I would of purchased it to install on a rifle that only I would be shooting. (I say that only because I would of purchased and installed a non-adjustable foregrip on such a rifle, not because of ANY issues with this grip). But the adjustability is nice, when two individuals are shooting the same rifle on the same day. It adjusts quickly, and easily in mere seconds.
However, I can not speak about durability as of yet, since it has only been installed for a few weeks and it's on a 22. But it feels solid and do not anticipate any durability issues. So far we have shot about 5000 rounds through the rifle with the grip installed and have not had any issues.
If anyone writes a poor review on this grip. I have to wonder why they purchased it and what they were expecting. Just because it is adjustable, I can see where over time of run and gun operation where the pivot point may become an issue. But honestly if you wanting to do that kind of shooting on a regular basis, I do not t...
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Would recommend: Yes
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foregrip

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 20, 2012
Just what I was looking for with dual pressure switch locations for my home defense application
Pros: durable, lightweight, versitile, price is right
Cons: could be 1/2 inch shorter...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good grip

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, VT Written on December 29, 2011
I have had other grips and this one is one of the better ones for the money....
Would recommend: Yes
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