From GrovTec . . .
GrovTec sticks to their slogan of “We’ll carry the gun” with yet another accessory to take a load off the shooter. The G-Stop Reversible Hand Stop consumes just 2″ of rail space and can be used as a hand stop or barricade stop.
Machined from billet aluminum, then Type III black anodized, the G-Stop takes barricade duty seriously with a flat face perfect for pressing against flat surfaces such as training barricades, car door edges, and any other form of field-expedient stabilization.
Other popular designs have failed by either being too small to be effective or so large they might as well be an angled foregrip. The G-Stop splits the middle with enough material to hold on to without adding a brick of aluminum to your rifle. The G-Stop hangs 1.25″ from your rail; plenty to lean against a barricade, and enough to safely prevent over-extension of a hand onto a hot suppressor or gas block.
When positioned forward on the handguard the G-Stop can also serve as a stopping point for bench shooters to ensure they don’t slip too far forward or back on the rest.
Reverse the G-Stop to experience a contoured surface for the support hand to pull against. Positioning the G-Stop this way combines the recoil control of a mag well grip with the rise control of a more-forward hand placement. All this while weighing just under an ounce.
One simple product that with just over one MLOK slot of rail space adds a wealth of versatility and support. Mounting hardware and Allen key included.
Wow! Something that may be useful, isn’t another gadget for an AR, and it’s not expensive. The whole thing about pressing against a barricade appeals to me. Always use a brace if you can. And loop up. Never shoot off nothing but your hind legs unless you have to. Still, don’t you need a pair. My rifles all have two sides.
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hmmm… nope. I can already do this with the polymer hand stops I have and they were ~ half the price of this.
Booger, I understand, but I have to ask. Who needs a forward hand stop (?) It’s only a .223
I don’t have “forward hand stops” on the serious magnum rifles I own. The barricade thing appeals to me. Light and low profile. I remember when race pistols started showing up with barricade braces. I understood. Good idea for unlimited pistol competition. Not so much for concealed carry. I just believe In practical.
No one “needs” a forward hand stop for a .233/5.56. Its more of “want” and “use” for a personal “style” or “use”. I got them because my wife wanted to try them on her rifles. I personally don’t use them on the rifles I use.
Frankly, the gun world is overflowing with stuff people don’t really need and gimmicks they can waste a lot of money on.
Yeah I gotta Magpul vertical thingy. Weighs nothing. Since I am in all practicality self-taught I’ll use whatever the he!! I want…
KSG owners along with other f!rearm classed short pump shotgunsz prolly do in fact “need” a hand stop, to keep their forward hand from pink misting from overenthusiastic stroking.
Hm. Or I could buy a similar-looking piece, with integrated QD mount, from Smoke Composites for $39.
I’m sorry, but I’m just not seeing the value proposition here given what else is already on the market.
Already got two Tac-Sacs installed on my rails, no need for this.
.40, you said a lot there. I’ve always found that the weapon I wanted most was the most reliable at the time. I’ll worry about the rest later.
For ARs with an old-school gas block, the bayonet lug can serve as a barricade stop.