A Potato Grip is an enlarged grip for mounting on a weapon's bottom attachment rail. One notable model is produced by FAB-Defense of Israel, featuring ribbing to assist with countering recoil and preventing the user's grip hand from heating up, therefore preventing "barrel burn", and an inner mount to insert a tactical flashlight, or possibly a laser sight, if possible.
Reduces spread during automatic fire.
It reduces the spread during automatic fire, making it useful for firing long bursts (such as to suppress enemy combatants), while the Folding and Angled foregrips are more suited for short bursts and semi-automatic fire.
- Jokingly, the description states "Do not eat," referring to its clear similarity in shape to the potato, which clearly shows when it notes that it is "named for its obvious visual similarity with the classic spud." Spud is another term for a potato.