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Special Ops Paintball F.O.G. Tubular Foregrip w/Rails
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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 8.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $95

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We don't mess around! Special Ops is synonymous with high quality, and the F.O.G Foregrips are just that, HIGH QUALITY. F.O.G. Foregrips allow you to easily modify your Tippmann A-5 without the use of tools or spending a lot of money. This stylish Tubular version of our F.O.G. Foregrip provides a great mil-sim look without the use of set-screws, compression rings, or adapter sleeves that scar your expensive barrels. Constructed from machined aluminum and glass-filled nylon, this durable hand guard/grip is not only built to look great, but also to withstand the rigors of the most demanding woodsball play.

F.O.G Technology:
No more set screws! Special Ops is not a proponent of set screws where they are unnecessary. F.O.G. Foregrips utilize the great design of the Tippmann A-5's barrel receiver for enhanced stability. Just like Tippmann's Flatline Barrel, our F.O.G. Foregrips lock into the A-5 front receiver with a firm twist. Your barrel then free-floats down the center of the F.O.G. Inner Shaft and threads into the F.O.G. Receiver Stub of the F.O.G. Foregrip.

Includes:
Receiver Stub
Inner Shaft
Tubular Shroud
Tubular Shroud End Cap
(4) Weaver Rails w/screws
Comes pre-assembled.

Tech Specs:
Weight: 0.8 pounds
Length: 7.5 inches (installed)
Circumference: 2 1/8 inches (at widest point; not including weaver rails)
Materials: machined aluminum and glass-filled nylon
Product Availability 
The Special Ops Paintball F.O.G. Tubular Foregrip w/Rails are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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3e3c3e Monday, August 7th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month11 of 11 people found this review helpful.

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Experience:
More than 5 years
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Marker Setup: A5 T6 Collapsible Car Stock
J & J S2 Ceramic 14 Barrel
Riser Mount/Rail with NcSTAR 1x45 Red Dot Sight
Tippmann A5 with RT
Strengths: Very secure on gun
No set screws to mark up barrel
Weaknesses: Takes more time to install vs a barrel shroud with set screws.
Review: Overall I'm very happy with this shroud. Had looked at others that utilized set screws to attach to gun. This one replaced that barrel receiver on the gun - making it very secure on the gun. Seems to be a sturdy construction - Aluminum and Composite.

Installation takes a little bit - but nothing overly complicated. Have to open up A5 to removed stock barrel receiver and replace with the barrel shroud.

Changing barrel is fast an easy since the barrel screws right into the shroud's receiver.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend to anyone. Does require some basic marker repair knowledge to install.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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