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Thread: Troy Delta Battle Rail shipping - Any feedback?

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    Troy Delta Battle Rail shipping - Any feedback?

    Troy is finally shipping the Delta Battle Rails.

    These are supposed to be free floating and require no modifications to the host weapon. No cutting of the Delta ring.



    Has anyone actually handled one of these yet?

    I'm curious about how well they lock up on the gun, the size and the weight.
    Last edited by Beat Trash; 08-30-12 at 10:04.

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    wondering the same thing....tagged

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    I'll be so glad when the tube fad is behind us, Boys!..
    "You people have too much time on your hands." - scottryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    I'll be so glad when the tube fad is behind us, Boys!..
    The idea of the tube shape or the wave of new tube style handguards?

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    Check out post #14919 in the pic thread. Might want to PM that guy.

    http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=642&page=746

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    I'll be so glad when the tube fad is behind us, Boys!..

    I gotta agree with you.

    And the "bolt every p.o.s. in the Magpul catalog on a MOE handguard"...

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    I guess I must be one of those faggy tube handguard fanboys but I find that the tubular handguard works well in in an aggressive stance, helping my get my support hand out there for better control of the weapon. I obviously don't know shit about shooting though and am following a fad. Real shooters don't use tubular handguards nor do they bolt on anything to Magpul handguards.






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