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If you’re looking for an edge on your next close quarter mission, consider the Firefield Flashlight Foregrip (FF35003), now available in a green laser variant.

As the press release notes, tactical operators are no doubt well aware that moving around and getting into shooting position can be difficult, depending on the situation you find yourself in. Comfort and ergonomics are sacrificed. Adding lowlight tools and accessories only exacerbates the problem; your rifle feels like it weighs a ton.

This is where the new version of the Firefield Flashlight Foregrip comes in. Here’s how it works:

The dual-mode Firefield Heavy Duty Green Laser Flashlight Foregrip is an IPX6 waterproof, 2-in-1 tactical light system equipped with a Cree® Q5 LED 230-lumen bulb, reflector and built-in 532nm, 5mW green laser for convenient versatility, pin-point accuracy and a long, ultra-bright throw. The full aluminum foregrip features rugged knurled texturing with a push-button switch designed for comfort and ergonomic handling, even with gloves or wet hands. Easily mounted to a picatinny rail system, this multi-function tactical lighting system delivers big on rugged reliability for any mission. Whether your lowlight work requires light only, laser only, light and laser or the disorienting strobe mode, two CR123A batteries provide the kind of runtime you need to see any mission through to the end. Battery life ranges from 2.5 hrs. of flashlight operation to 16 hrs. of continuous laser use.

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About Firefield

Firefield offers force multipliers and accessories for mission-critical operations and extreme shooting sports involving rifles, shotguns and pistols. Designed for next generation shooters, boot-on-the-ground operators and serious gun enthusiasts, Firefield provides products for hard-charging, action-oriented situations. Firefield—Victory Justifies Everything®! For more information about Firefield products, visit www.fire-field.com.

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