Tactical Folding Grip with Flashlight Adapter

Item # WX2-129901

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Details & Specs

Tactical Folding Grip with Flashlight Adapter fits any long weapon with a Picatinny / Weaver rail.

Nothing similar exists. Tested and approved by the National Tactical Officers Association, this Adapter is made for the Streamlight Stinger, Inova T4 and any other 1 1/8" diameter flashlight. Its special design lets you transform a horizontal grip to a vertical grip for different shooting applications. When in horizontal position, just push grip open to lock in the vertical position.

And to get it back to the horizontal position, just press the button and fold it back. Designed to mount on any Picatinny or Weaver rail, this Tactical Folding Grip provides a natural "fighting stance" hold on your rifle, and offers quick flashlight detachment, too!

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Customer Reviews

3 stars
(2) 1-2 of 2 Reviews
  1. 1 stars
    Does NOT accept Streamlight Stinger as advertised!
  2. 5 stars
    I'm liking it, now to find a flashlight to fit the design!
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