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Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by Deebow, Dec 26, 2014.

  1. Deebow

    Deebow Portland Well-Known Member

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    I have for sale a Grip Pod GPS-02 Military model fore grip/bipod combination. I had it on my AR-15, but I no longer need it for my purposes as a civilian. I used this one overseas and it worked great and never failed me. It is used, but doesn't look it. It is a durable piece of kit.

    For those that don't know, it is a dual-function vertical grip that locks to the bottom accessory rail of your tactical rifle’s forend to give you enhanced control during CQB and a stable bipod rest for precise long-range fire. The grip’s hand-filling contours and deep grooves provide a solid purchase even when your hands are wet. Hit the large, deeply grooved release button, and a powerful spring deploys the legs instantly. Conveniently placed for thumb activation, the button sits flush with the surrounding surface to prevent accidental deployment. Extended legs provide sufficient elevation for a standard 30-round magazine to clear the ground, and it will not snag on brush, vehicle interior, or other gear when retracted. Legs and grip are made of tough, injection-molded polymer; steel cross-bolt with easy-grip thumbscrew locks directly to any MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail to ensure a rock-solid fit.

    The GPS-02 has steel inserts in legs for maximum strength in high-stress tactical operations, so it is much more durable than models with plastic legs. New ones go for 150 dollars.

    I want 100 dollars for mine and the price is firm. The only item I want as a trade is a Sig Brace for an AR-15 pistol (not picky about the color or finish)

    PM me and we can chat.