Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Vertical Tactical Foregrip™ Foregrip Review by my Husband!!!

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

...Happy Wednesday everyone! Today is my sweet Mattie's birthday and for the first time in the history of this blog, Matt is helping me with this blog post. On Tomoson, I applied to review a Vertical Tactial Foregrip with Mattie in mind. When it came in the mail, it was like Christmas in March for him. He was so excited and immediately called his buddy to plan a trip to the farm last weekend so they could test it out. So without further ado, grab your hunting husbands and check out his review below and leave him a little birthday love, too...

My buddy and I went to the farm to try out this Vertical Tactical Foregrip™ from Aspen Ridge Sports. For those of you not familiar with what a foregrip is, it's a piece of equipment that you put on the front of a weapon to steady your weapon's maneuverability. The one that was provided is also adaptable for a drop-down tripod accessory and a battery pack and battery switch accessories.

In this video, we used it on an AK-47. The foregrip works on any weapon with a rail system.

In this video, we are using the foregrip on an AR-15. I'm demonstrating the versatility of the movement of the handle position.

In review, I think the Vertical Tactical Foregrip from Aspen Ridge Sports is a good piece of equipment that can be used on a wide variety of weapons. It's quick and easy to install, multiple handle positions, multiple adaptability to accessories, and it quickly steadied my hand for better accuracy. The only con is that it should be made in 'Merica! Thanks for this opportunity!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment :

Slamdunk said...

Happy birthday to him and glad you are making the blog a family affair...