JL Billet/Blitzkrieg Tactical Brass Knuckle Style VFG

Looking for that extra ‘F You!” look for your AR15 rifle? Want the added utility of a vertical fore grip for better support hand placement? Do you want both at the same time? Well, look no further – JL Billet and Blitzkrieg Tactical are selling Brass Knuckle style VFG that will definitely be an eye catcher around your friends. And theoretically useful as an actual grip.

As the disclaimer below warns, use of the ‘Forward Fist’ for anything other than support (i.e. Punching someone in the face) could result in criminal and civil jeopardy. Besides, you have a rifle attached to those knuckles, pal. You are going to look pretty silly trying to throw a punch it that condition. Details below.

Brass Knuckle


JL Billet Forward Fist, Brass Knuckle Style Vertical Grip:

In stock and ready to ship

  • This grip is a really cool vertical grip for your rifle. It is designed to look like old style brass knuckles which give the grip a killer appearance and give you a talking piece when at the range.
  • It is comfortable and ergonomic, while allowing the shooter to maintain a firm, controlled and protected grip on their firearm while shooting.
  • At this time, they are only being offered in M-Lok but will soon be offered in key mod.
  • This product is made of aircraft grade billet aluminum.
  • Get them before we run out!


  • This product is intended to be used as a grip to control a rifle system. Any use other than what this product is designed for, could be illegal and punishable by law.
  • JL Billet, LLC and Blitzkrieg Tactical are not responsible for any damages due to improper use. Any use outside using this product as a control device is considered a mis-use resulting in the forfeiture of any and all express or implied warranties.
  • By purchasing this product you agree to hold JL Billet LLC and Blitzkrieg Tactical harmless for any misuse of the product, which results in damage to yourself or third parties.

Regularly: $54.99
Price: $49.99

I understand that due to current market demand that my order may take 4-6 business days to ship.


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  • Y-man

    A clear case of: “Hey, let me help you BREAK YO FINGERS!” if you ask me!

    Videos of tests needed!
    And where is the “Tacticool” version for Operators with GLOVES?!

  • USMC03Vet

    “get me closer so I can punch them with my gun”

    • Gary Kirk

      Say, have you ever thought “bayonet range is just too far”?.. Well, do we have the tool for you! Get closer than ever with our new and improved weapon mounted weaponry..

  • Phillip Cooper

    How do I know there are idiots at the range?

    This is on their rifle.

  • nova3930

    Make it with one of the M-lok QD things and you’ve got dual use winner!

  • Christopher Wallace
  • Bill

    Instead of:

    “Looking for that extra ‘F You!” look for your AR15 rifle?”

    How about:

    “Looking to show off your crippling male insecurities at the range???”

  • El Duderino

    Comes with a free Tapout sweatshirt and a coupon for a 24 pack of Keystone Ice.

    • Gary Kirk

      “Fifth a fireball bruh”

      • Person

        That should be “…aaaaand a fifth of Fireball, bruh.” Fire AND Ice, baby!

  • TechnoTriticale

    re: Any use other than what this product is designed for, could be illegal and punishable by law.

    That may or may not protect the manufacturer, but it probably won’t protect a local reseller, nor the buyer, in any state where mere possession of BNs is prohibited (and I’m guessing there are some such states).

    • Disarmed in CA

      California penal code 12020.5 states that it is illegal to advertise brass knuckles, hard plastic knuckles or composite knuckles in magazines or any form of print ad, as well as on TV, radio or any other platform used for advertising. On the other hand, it is not illegal to advertise the sale of brass knuckles on the Internet. However, if you are a resident of California or any other state that bans brass knuckles, you cannot purchase them over the Internet. Internet sales can only be conducted within states that allow the possession of brass knuckles….

      California penal code 12020 (a) states that it is illegal to own, carry, or manufacture brass knuckles. It is also illegal to import, sell, keep for sale, lend or give brass knuckles to another person within California. Those found in violation of penal code 12020 (a) are subject to no more than one year in county jail. Those who are caught selling brass knuckles can face up to three years in California state prison.

      • Person

        Thanks, mom.

  • Disarmed in CA

    Looking for that extra ‘F You!” look for your AR15 rifle?

    By “F” you mean Felony?

  • Edeco

    I wonder if it comes with a biker wallet chain?

    …I get anyone with that?

  • Gary Kirk

    5FDP your AR15..

  • Haulin’ Oats

    Why no m1913 picatinny?

  • K-Gunner

    Man, that is so cool but I don’t know if I am willing to give up my other equally cool and totally douchey forward grip. Decisions, decisions…. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6977fb50e9dfcb42311557d2913295877a97796d6820db34925cca006f0ce087.jpg

    • Person

      Get both. One grip for pumping out rounds in 3-round bursts, one for full auto.

  • alex archuleta

    Needs to be quick detachable

  • Badwolf

    Great product! To use it, all you need is to bring an Allen key with you at all times, and a bad guy willing to wait while you unscrew it.

  • Raginzerker

    I dunno if this the most tactical or least tactical thing I’ve seen

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Yes you do.

      • Raginzerker

        Ok yeah, easily the most operator accessory out there

  • maynardb

    For Patrick’s sake, it needs to be M-LOK for better return to zero (KeyMod sux)

  • Tox

    Just a service announcement: In Michigan simple possession is a felony.

    Act 328 of 1931

    750.224 Weapons; manufacture, sale, or possession as felony; violation as felony; penalty; exceptions; “muffler” or “silencer” defined.

    Sec. 224.

    (1) A person shall not manufacture, sell, offer for sale, or possess any of the following:

    (d) A blackjack, slungshot, billy, metallic knuckles, sand club, sand bag, or bludgeon.

    (2) A person who violates subsection (1) is guilty of a felony, punishable by imprisonment for not more than 5 years, or a fine of not more than $2,500.00, or both.

  • Mr.SATism

    Show me a video of this in use and then I’ll be convinced