USIQ Tenant Spotlight: F.A.B Launches New Products


Northbrook, IL ( April 15, 2020) -F.A.B. is Keeping it real with three new products for 2020- the GRADUS, a rubberized, reduced-angle ergonomic pistol grip; the RAPS, a Rapid Adjustment Precision Stock; and the quick-deploy Spike Bipod-geared at the competition rifle shooter. A PRS Kit combines these new products in one convenient package. The F.A.B. Research and Development team is continuously pushing the limits of their tactical equipment. This year, F.A.B. is excited to add these products to its core offerings.

GRADUS Pistol Grip: Based on customer feedback, F.A.B. designed a rubberized, reduced-angle ergonomic pistol grip with a relatively straight profile to accommodate both long-range precision shooting and CQB situations. The GRADUS uses a 15-degree profile for enhanced ergonomics for comfortable shooting in all scenarios. The grip’s slim design with curved backstrap adds comfort, while its soft-textured rubber over-mold and reinforced polymer core relieve pressure on the hand. The GRADUS is available as either an AR-style beaver tail or a flat configuration (FBV) in black, olive drab green or flat dark earth.

RAPS (Rapid Adjustable Precision Stock): Designed with the professional precision shooter in mind, the innovative Rapid Adjustable Precision Stock (RAPS) incorporates key features of precision stock design, including an integrated cheek rest and adjustable length-of-pull. The RAPS allows a wide range of one-handed adjustments using its patent-pending 1Latch™ system-the first of its kind that returns the adjustable LOP to its pre-set position. The cheek rest and non-slip rubber butt-pad adjust for custom stock fit. The RAPS include a concealed Picatinny for adding a monopod and the hardware to mount on both rifle-length and carbine-length receiver extension tubes. This stock is manufactured from a tough polymer composite. The ambidextrous RAPS system enables any size shooter to engage targets from any position.

The Spike Bipod is an essential piece of kit for long-range shooting. The quick-deploy legs drop down instantly, creating a stable shooting platform. The Spike tucks up neatly against the handguard or forend when not deployed. The Spike is available in the same black, olive drab green and flat dark earth configurations as the GRADUS and RAPS.

PRS Kit: Upgrading a firearm typically involves piecing together tactical components to create a competition PRS rifle. F.A.B. simplifies this task by packaging three of their high-performance components-the GRADUS Pistol Grip, RAPSStock and Spike Bipod-designed to give the shooter a competitive edge, in one covenant accessory package. 

F.A.B. remains true to its roots focusing on heritage, quality, and advanced technology. As a family-owned and veteran-run business, F.A.B. continues to push the limits of shooting technology, creating more efficient, effective and comfortable performance tactical equipment. The Israeli military and police forces and special forces around the world trust their life to F.A.B. equipment.

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