Foregrip or handguard from a firearm.
The forearm, often known as the foregrip or the handguard, serves as an additional grip to provide stability for heavy or long weapons, such as rifles, shotguns, and assault rifles. They are often equipped with heat shields or are made out of wood to protect the user's hand from the heat generated by the barrel. Forearms can also serve as a support for additional attachments, such as flashlights, handles, and even grenade launchers.
Can be removed from most long rifles.
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