Grip Troubles

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Dirty Harry
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Grip Troubles

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Hey guys I need some advice on vertical foregrips. I recently received a UTG egronomic foregrip and well my hands can't wrap around it comfortably, so i was wondering if anyone knew of any thinner foregrips. This is a link to the grip i bought.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0014Z ... UTF8&psc=1

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That grip is designed as a mount for taclight pressure plates and to store spare flashlight batteries so yes, It's a bit wide. Here look at Evike's selection. http://www.evike.com/index.php?cPath=25_115

I recommend the $12 AIM which is thinner.
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Dirty Harry
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Re: Grip Troubles

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Thanks Moondog. I Actually used sand paper and thinned out the back side of the grip so now it fits great. I also need the pressure plate area as i plan on mounting a VFC PEQ 15 flashlight and laser. Although I will most likely also purchase the $12 AIM, the UTG grip is a bit on the heavy side so if I were to want to go with high speed low drag type build, I would'nt want a front heavy gun slowing me down.

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