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Old May 30th, 2010, 00:34   #16
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I personally like the vertical forgrip thumb break "style", with a shorty forgrip.

I don't like how thick the AFG make the front seem, I can never get a propper "omg bring the gun up under pressure" grip.
Wait for the AFG2

Hand stops, are just damn too expensive. For what it is, a chunk of steel, that's rail mounted.
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Old May 30th, 2010, 02:42   #17
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It supposedly gives you better control over the broomstick way of holding it.


I think I watch Magpul Dynamics too much
You think you watch it too much? lol... trying having it playing when ur sleeping for that extra "mental absorption" value. That's what I do.

jk.

But all jokes aside even the standard grips are just a reference of where you should hold the front barrel of the rifle. I think from firing real rifles, you would come to learn what the instructors in those Magpul videos say - to hold grip closer to the top, and not holding it like a broom handle.

But since this is airsoft, and there's no recoil, so I don't think it makes any difference except for personal preference. For myself, I have ye-standard styled grip and the Magpul PTS angled grip. I like both, both works. But just both gives different vibes to your rifle aesthetically.
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Old May 30th, 2010, 11:56   #18
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But since this is airsoft, and there's no recoil, so I don't think it makes any difference except for personal preference. For myself, I have ye-standard styled grip and the Magpul PTS angled grip. I like both, both works. But just both gives different vibes to your rifle aesthetically.
Proper shooting stance and weapon handling is not just for recoil management, it also improves targeting, reduces fatigue and facilitates keeping the weapon in a shooting posture more effectively for longer.

And... more and more the guns that people are choosing to run do have recoil
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Old May 30th, 2010, 15:23   #19
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Proper shooting stance and weapon handling is not just for recoil management, it also improves targeting, reduces fatigue and facilitates keeping the weapon in a shooting posture more effectively for longer.

And... more and more the guns that people are choosing to run do have recoil
Yes yes...! Forgot about targeting! Remember watching the magpul vid talking about wobbling of broom Handel style hold when going from target to target I think.

Also any other tips about proper gripping would be thankful Brian!
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