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HERA Arms CQR AR Stock And Forward Grip

Coming to a Deux Ex sequel near you

This unique stock and foregrip combination has been making the rounds across the internet, and to be honest it’s a bit mall ninja-ish, but at the same time it also manages to be really damn cool. Like, I need to make a ‘for fun’ build out of these parts cool. Ghost In The Shell, Shadowrun, cyberpunk cool, if I may be so bold.

The two components are called the CQR Stock and CQR Front Grip, and are the creation of Germany-based HERA Arms, a company which specializes in manufacturing weapons and weapons accessories. Utah-based LAN World is the current importer of HERA Arms components into the USA, and supposedly they’ll be offering the CQR parts in the coming months. I, assuredly like many others, eagerly await their availability.


They’re also making a Commiefornia compliant version, so if you have to neuter your rifle, at least it can be done in relative style.



6 Responses to “HERA Arms CQR AR Stock And Forward Grip”

  1. Easy E says:

    I want to try their foregrip on my SBR.

  2. Tactical Fanboy says:

    I feel it’s a given, but that forgrip is optimal with an equal length SBR, as seen in the image above. Having additional rail space in front of that grip would be a bit… off.

  3. Zachary says:

    Is this available for pre-order anywhere? This is going on my AR as soon as possible.

  4. Tactical Fanboy says:

    Unfortunately, not yet.

    LAN World has said something to the effect of receiving samples within 1 – 1 1/2 months, and will be providing an overview video in the near future after they receive the samples.

    Expect at least 3 months before they’re on the market.

    Hopefully I’ll see them at SHOT.

  5. Nicholas says:

    So I wonder if that grip could be used on a pistol AR sans NFA issues

  6. Dubbz says:

    Looks heavy BUT it is an alternative to the silly gun laws in California, and will allow honest gun owning citizens from having to register their AR-15s as ” restricted assault weapons”, or otherwise be charged with FELONIES

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