Wondering if PE is planning to release the new one piece design front grip for the GEO3.1, 3.5? I've had issues in the past on a LV1 with the bottom part swiveling and breaking the "tabs" off the lower section. So this is something I would be very interested in getting for my 3.5.
The LV1.1 Pro is some tweaks to the LV1 to improve on a couple of areas that players have brought up over the last year or so of playing with the LV1.
To answer a couple of questions: the new foregrip will be available for existing LV1 owners. As will the new bolt tips. In fact, the bolt tip is now just the same as the GSL, Geo3.5 and Etek5 tip. It picks up the ball better and prevents roll-back into the face.
The Shaft Pro Tip will be available to buy seperately too. This tip has been designed with the aid of some of our top Pro players (hence the name) such as Dave Bains (hence why you have sen him shooting the prototypes). they requested that we removed the troughing from around the porting as this can fill up with paint from bunker rub and then drip into the inside of the barrel and effect accuracy. We took the opportunity to change the porting too and re-style the outside.
The one feature that is not retro-fit to the LV1 is the new larger LPR chamber. That is because this is an intrinsic part of the body, and not a component that is bolted to the body. As such it would require a new body to implement it.
I know that ANS posted a picture of a Zach Yachimic Geo 3.5 with a one-piece foregrip on Instagram and it looked like it fit well, not sure if it was from an LV1.1 or a new Geo one though...
Edit: BatmanLiera beat me to it
there is a picture of a 3.5 yachimec version with a one piece grip on ansgear intagram
so yes they do fit
plus the grip kits now come labeled lv1/geo so they work for both
I wonder if that was a lv1.1 grip or if it was a geo specific grip. I know the color grip kits that are sold for the lv1/geo come with two different top sections to fit both markers. That's why I was under the assumption there would be a need for a different grip for each marker.