Product Preview: Firefield Scarab Rifle Legs

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posted on September 18, 2019
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Unorthodox but effective, the Firefield Scarab’s two discrete legs attach to the 3- and 9-o’clock surfaces of a firearm’s handguard to provide a wider, more secure footprint—while freeing up the 6-o’clock position for other accessories. Offered in either M-Lok- or KeyMod-compatible variants, both of which come with Picatinny rail adaptors, the Scarab legs are each adjustable to five settings (from 9" to 12"), can be folded forward or rearward to stow, and add a combined 12 ozs. to the weight of the gun. For more on this unique firearm accessory, which retails for $80, please visit fire-field.com.



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