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1 December 2014, 05:46
Been running one of these attached to a Geissele MK4 for a little while now. It's a very comfortable and light weight option for those who like to use a stubby VFG for back pressure. It weighs in at 1.5 oz and is about 2.25" long. No extra rails are need to attach it to both picatiny rails or smooth handguards. All attachment hardware is included, even for keymod.


Mine has been stippled and mounts up very solid with no gaps, after minor modification. To mount it to a Geissele SMR the top slot was opened up to 5/8" with a Dremel. This is my new little favorite VFG. $26.95 shipping included.

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7518/15684253490_4bdfc51682_o.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/pTXU8C)UNITY TACTICAL VFG (https://flic.kr/p/pTXU8C) by gostsystems (https://www.flickr.com/people/123747005@N02/), on Flickr


1 December 2014, 06:11
Another pic of it on the MK4.

https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8561/15714006529_f32120aeef_o.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/pWAoF4)Zero (https://flic.kr/p/pWAoF4) by gostsystems (https://www.flickr.com/people/123747005@N02/), on Flickr

7 January 2015, 20:20
Rainier Arms has started carrying this VFG, which in my opinion is the best currently available.


8 January 2015, 01:55
I kinda like the look of this..Humm..

8 January 2015, 06:38
I've got one on my 9" AAC 300 BLK upper and it interfaces nicely with the URX3.1 rail. Provides a nice index point for me so that my hand doesn't accidentally ride forward...next to the side parts on the brake.

8 January 2015, 06:53
off topic, but how is the finish on that rifle holding up?

8 January 2015, 07:07
off topic, but how is the finish on that rifle holding up?

That rifle doesn't have a whole lot of rounds through it yet, probably around 1,500. So far the Cerakote is holding up great, the guy that prepped it did a really good job.

8 January 2015, 09:49

Are you using two screws to hold it in place? Does the VFG have anything to brace itself against the rail? (hopefully that made sense)

8 January 2015, 10:43
I'm using just one screw, but with a Magpul weld nut from a MOE rail kit.


8 January 2015, 10:44
How do you like the SRS? I've seen mixed reviews......

8 January 2015, 11:04
How do you like the SRS? I've seen mixed reviews......

What you've read in reviews about it having a reflection of the emitter in bright light is true, but it has to be pretty bright and facing the sun. If Trijicon would polarize the objective lens it may solve that issue. As far as weight goes, it feels about the same as mounting an Eotech EXPS to your rifle. The weight doesn't bother me, but I'm not into the ultra light weight rifles since I don't have to carry one for long distances. The FOV is absolutely incredible, it's as good as an Eotech's but with a dot like Aimpoint PRO without any tube effect. So far I really like it, the reflection hasn't affected me. I can get on target both strong and weak side really quick with it. I got mine new and did some trading and negotiating, I've got about $600 in it. For what I have in mine I really like it, but I don't know if I'd give anymore than what I did for it.

8 January 2015, 12:37
I don't know why, but I like angled foregrips better than vertical foregrips.

8 January 2015, 12:50
Thanks GOST! I appreciate the info.