About the different types of Airsoft Grips
This category includes all of our grips to accessorize your airsoft gun. There are many different types, such as vertical grips, angled grips, and bipod grips. There are different mounting options for different rail systems depending on what your AEG has. Picatinny, MLOK, and Keymod are the standard mounting options. The correct grip for you will mostly come down to personal preference. If you want to get better control of your airsoft rifle, install one of these grips!
Q & A:
Q: Should I use a vertical grip or an angled grip?
A: The needs of every airsoft player are different, and there is no right or wrong answer to the question of which grip you should use. The most important thing is what feels best in your hands. When it comes to choosing what kind of foregrip to put on your rifle, there are two types you can use: vertical foregrips and angled foregrips.
Some shooters find it easier to grip at a vertical angle instead of a horizontal one. Vertical foregrips are grips that extend straight down from the barrel. When you put one of these grips on your rifle, you gain more control over your weapon with your non dominant hand. The vertical grip is designed to provide maximum stability for the best accuracy. Just be cautious: this type of grip has the potential to accidentally catch on your gear. Stay aware of your movements to keep this from happening.
Angled foregrips give you strong control of your grip in what many find to be a more comfortable, natural position. Players who prefer angled foregrips often say that these kinds of grips allow you to aim precisely with much less tension.
Some players prefer the angled foregrip for its enhanced control over the barrel of the AEG. By placing your hand closer to the rail of the rifle, your form is drawn more firmly into your shoulder, and there is less tension on your wrist. This grip is designed for the most comfortable and ergonomic form.
The angled foregrip also provides you with a reference point, which can help you achieve a more consistent form than simply gripping the rail alone. By using the grip as a reference point, you’ll place your hand in the same spot every time you grip the rifle, which can help increase accuracy over time.
While vertical grips take up just one spot on the handguard, some angled grips take up more space. With this in mind, consider the amount of available rail space before deciding on an angled foregrip.
Q: What is a bi pod grip?
A: A bi pod grip is designed for the player who wants to use a bipod and a vertical grip. These two accessories take up a lot of rail space, and this device merges them into one. Just push a button, and the bi pod will eject from the handle, ready for use. This is a great way to cut down on the overall weight of the rifle as well.