AR quad rail with inserts

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by Sealesniper, Mar 18, 2013.

  1. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    Alluminum AR quad rail with inerts to make it smooth when you dont need the rail. NEW.

    Similar ones are selling for $75 to $100.

    I will sell the quad rail, inserts and a front handle for $75 shipped

    I will try to post a picture, but I assume they will be sold before I have time to post it.

    Roger
     
  2. anthonyinva

    anthonyinva Well-Known Member

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    How long is this and is it a free float tube?
     

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    stangfish Well-Known Member

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    Is there a name brand or something to identify what you are purchasing. Picture?
     
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    It is for a carbine. It is like all Quads I have seen. Bolts to itself and locks under the delta ring, so I assume that means free floating. Picture will be up around 10 am est
     
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    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    Pictures of rails, inserts and handle are below. As for a manufacturer, I will have to look tonight. I know I paid over $70 for the rail, but never used it, as I sold the AR I had planned to install it on. It is nicer than the rail I have on another AR, but I don't see the need to change it out. The handle locks very tight and is in very good shape.
     

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    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    PM's answered
     
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    Both pieces of the quad rail bolt to each other. Not sure if that makes it "free-Floating" but the bolts hold the unit in place, not the delta ring.