SOLID!While there isn't anything fancy about this handguard, it is solid and works well with the "Flaming Pig" as the pig easily and comfortably fits inside. I build a rifle with this 12-inch handguard, a 10-inch barrel and the Flaming Pig and it works and looks fantastic. Great value for the money and the build quality is great. Very pleased!
Very nice piece for the money!I don't actually have nine installed yet, but I did similar to the other reviewer, I purchased the 12 inch rail to go with my 10.5 inch barrel with flaming pig style muzzle device. From handling the rail I am super impressed with the quality, it is SOLID.
Free-Float Picatinny Quad-Rail Handguard w/Slots
This is identical to our other Picatinny quad-rails except the weight-saving cutouts (sometimes called Speed Holes) are slots-shaped for a different look.
This is a standard free-floated quad-rail for the AR-15/M-16 platform. It is a free-float design, but a cap (sold separately) may be installed to close the front if your mission requires this.
- Laser-etched location numbers such as 'T16,' 'B6' etc
- Monolithic (1-piece) style
- Includes a barrel nut - this replaces your current barrel nut, if you have one.
- Has an overhang to line up with the rail on a flat top upper if you have a bit of patience.
- A standard AR armourer's tool/wrench is required to install the new barrel nut. Tighten to military specification of ~35 foot-pounds.
- Black anodized aluminum
- Inner diameter 44mm
- 4" version – 225g
- 7" version – 339g
- 10" version – 450g
- 12" version – 537g
- 15" version – 645g
- 4" version – 112 x 62 x 62mm
- 7" version – 182 x 62 x 62mm
- 10" version – 256 x 62 x 62mm
- 12" version – 306 x 62 x 62mm
- 15" version – 382 x 62 x 62mm
- Quad rail
- Barrel nut
- Stub screw for locking the barrel nut
- Hex key (not shown)
- All AR-15/M16 upper variants that use a standard barrel nut
- All weaver and picatinny accessories
- End caps for 0.750" and 0.936" diameter barrels
Installation Notes: Some fitting might be required due to variance between uppers. Also, it is recommended to tighten the barrel nut between 30-80 foot-pounds of torque.