TangoDown SHORT Vertical Grip - BLACK

MSRP: $67.64
MAP: $67.64
Your Price: $64.26
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SKU:
TD-BGV-MK46K-BLK

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A shorter version of the BGV-MK46 Vertical Grip, THE NEW Stubby Grip (BGV-MK46K) is ideal for breaching shotguns, MK18's and M4 carbines. Perfect for Keeping CQB style weapons as compact as possible. Screw on cap allows for storage of small spare parts or batteries. Unlike the original Vertical Grip, the Stubby has no pressure switch pocket. Installation is the same as the BGV-MK46 Vertical Grip.

Color: Black
Please note: TangoDown vertical grips may be very tight on YHM or MI rails and may have to be fitted for installation.

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Awesome VFG

    Posted by Ben on Dec 2nd 2015

    My favorite VFG, i went with this model over the QD version since the QD lever can get in my way when i shoot left handed.

    It also comes with two clips that hold down the fasteners so you can put it on easier. I also used a soft mallet to get it into place on my Geissele rail, it's a tight fit at first.

  • 5
    Installation Solution

    Posted by Adam Bahr on Jan 24th 2013

    For those having difficulty installing this grip, try running it under hot water in the sink immediately before you install. This will soften up the plastic of the grip so it glides right on. Use firm steady pressure when pushing it on. Don't use a hammer!

  • 5
    Great Fit | Works Great

    Posted by dmo on Jun 16th 2010

    I'm not sure why people are having a hard time getting these on the rail. Mine came with little clips to keep the fasteners retracted. Slid on great and locked into place with no problems. I like the stubby grip, because most other grips are just way too long.

  • 4
    Good grip but very tight install

    Posted by MCM on Feb 9th 2010

    Nice product i am ordering another one however i had to hammer mine on to my Vltor CASV-EL also

  • 4
    Good product once it's on...

    Posted by anonymous on Aug 11th 2008

    I had trouble with fitment as the grip's channel for the rail was a bit too small and didn't go on very easily. It took some hammering with an ASP to get it to slide down the rail. Once I got it on, it's a good product.