Let's have a lighter side moment. I was at the range the other day and saw what I had before only heard of on the internet. A cheap rifle, with a <16" barrel with an abnormally long pinned muzzle brake (barrel may have been 11", with 5+ inches of brake), UTG rail (and rail covers), generic VFG, cheap scope (looked 3-9), and an NCstar red dot with some random off-set mount. Your job is to make something to sell to this fine gentleman. I'll start. A vertical foregrip that attaches to the bayonet lug. It folds forward (like an AUG). It can be marketed as freeing up rail-space for your iPhone holder. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!