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Nice looking rifle, have fun with it!
 

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Looks good. I'm trying to decide between a grip pod or Magpul MOE vertical grip.
+1 MOE. it's everything you need with minimal weight. Its comfortable, sturdy, and it matches the esthetic of the ACR. I use the MOE and I like it. The only complaint, if I had to make one is that it's more difficult to install than the RVG because you have to reach up the body of the grip to secure it to the hand guard. It makes it tricky trying to use an "L" Allen key and pliers. Not so bad if you have the right size screw driver bit (which I do now).
 

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I have used the grip pod in afghanistan and on my acr and love them. not as ergonomic as some other grips, but it serves the purpose and the ability to use it as a bipod is great. its steady when being used as a bipod also
 

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yeah its easy to open. its push button spring released. its pretty sturdy. im sure it could take a beating. its made in america unlike most of the POS chinese knock offs.
 

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Yeah those grip pods do their job well. I had one issued to me in country, these things are very sturdy and easy to use. Until it gets built up with sand like mine did; now the bipod only pops out about half way and I have to give a it a tap on the side to encourage it.
 

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Our SAW gunners took off their standard bipods and ran grip pods my first deployment. They are tough. One did break because the gunner fell with the legs out.

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I run a very similar optics setup, with a MOE vertical grip. A little heavy, but a nice setup nonetheless. I have wondered about the grip pods. Nice setup!
 
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