The Deadlywind carbon fiber foregrips are yet another paintball first. We took REAL, 100% authentic CF tube and turned it into the lightest, fastest looking foregrips on the planet.
Do you run an airline directly from your tank to the mag valve? Do you have a heavy, clunky foregrip? We have the answer.
Light + strong- Real carbon fiber allows these foregrips to be very lightweight while at the same time very strong. Weighing in at just 1.6 oz, one of these are pretty much required if you are going for the lightest setup around. We even went so far as to ULE mill the darn things!
Available in 10 degree slope (either forwards or backwards, just flip it around). AM/MM (Dallara) style with 1x 1/4-20 mounting hole + wings, or RTPro (Karta) style with 2x 10-32 mounting holes. Available in red, black, and blue.
The DeadlyWind Carbon Fiber Foregrips are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
Most any other fore-grip, reg or expansion chamber
AGD Automag RT Pro
Deadlywind Karta ULE body kit
X-Valve w/ Level 10 Superbolt & AGD ULT kit
AGD Intelliframe w/ RPG Viperblade trigger
Deadlywind Carbon Fiber fore-grip
DYE Ultralite barrel kit
Crossfire 68/4500 HP tank @ 800 psi
Only for Mags
Can be used forward or reversed, to better suit whatever feel you are going for. These are VERY, VERY light. Actually 3 pieces (top cap, carbon shaft & bottom cap) all held together by one really long screw, very simple to disassemble if you wanted to re-anodize it. Available for Mags only in a Classic or RT style.
If you run your air straight from your ASA to your Mag valve like I do, you should really look into getting one! Keeps the weight down and provides a cool feel and profile!
Main screw can come loose allowing handle to twist
Does not fit newest markers properly
This is an excellent upgrade to any AGD marker. I dont know the exact weight savings, but it is substantial. The length of the grip is perfect, along with the angle.
I did notice that after the first game, the carbon fiber tube handle would twist as the main screw loosened up. I would recommend some loctite on the threads and some adhesive between the grip and attaching member to prevent it from twisting.
Also, the grip does not attach square to my Tac One; When AGD started making the lightweight rail, they changed the mounting screw pattern to a 45' angle off center-line. Because of this, the grip heads off at an angle instead of directly forward. Ironically, this actually makes the grip more comfortable. I have tried contacting Deadly wind via Email and have left messages about this, but unfortunately my calls have gone unanswered.