Mid-Evil Industries 360 VFG

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

The Mid-Evil Industries 360 Vertical Fore Grip is an innovative design that allows the operator to position the VFG to their personal preference.  The fore grip is constructed in two sections.  To unlock and re-position, you simply hold section one (the top piece), loosen section two, set it however you like, and then lock it in position.  No tools required.

The version I have attaches to a standard picatinny rail section.  There are also M-LOK and Keymod versions.  

One nice feature is that the VFG contains a small storage compartment to store a battery, small parts, or a tool.  Or, your government issued papers for suppressor or SBR.

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

The locking mechanism has been very secure in my use.  I was afraid it would come loose and flop around but it is solid.  Granted, the conditions I have run it in have been fairly tame and I haven’t tortured it.  Even if it ever did loosen slightly all it takes is a quick twist to lock it down.

The construction design includes aggressive ribs that provide a sure purchase on the VFG.  Materials used are aluminum with black hard anodized finish.  5.7 ounces, 3 7/8 inches.  There is also now a Stubby version that is slightly smaller.

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

I am currently running it on an SBR and it adds significant control.  And of course it restricts your hand from accidentally moving forward of the muzzle on such a short barrel.

We met Steve Azhocar, Mid-Evil Industries CEO, and his wife on the floor of SHOT Show and he graciously offered a sample of this cool new product.  Thanks!  It really is unique.

The Mid-Evil Industries 360 Vertical Fore Grip is unique, innovative, and personalized for how YOU work best.

MSRP $90

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

Mid-Evil 360 VFG

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