Hera Arms CQR Front Grip Black
Ratings & Reviews
Different than I expected, but worked out great.
by Rob -
First of all, it's much bigger than I expected. Google for a picture of it mounted to get an idea. I was skeptical, but decided to mount it and try it. For those of us with Keymod handguards, it takes 2 pic-rail chunks to mount it. Once it was mounted, it quickly grew on me. Feels solid in the hand. Mounts very firmly and doesn't move. The amount of control you have over the rifle with this foregrip is amazing.
<br>It's not mentioned in the description, but that hole at the front (on both sides), I believe, is a QD point, so if you use a 2-point sling, there's your front attachment.
Go with an SI Link Foregrip
by Mark from Orlando -
Ugly, bulky, awkward. A lot larger than it appears. I got it to match the Hera CQC Butt stock for AR-47 build - It looked out of place when mounted with picatinny rail add on to an MLOK rail. Ended up using a Strike Industries Link foregrip. Much much nicer, sleeker, sturdy, and practical.
I sold a Slink to buy this so forget what that other guy said
<br>Higher quality than I expected, feels great, needs 9 picante slots to mount, is about 7" long