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    Midwest Industries Marlin Handguard

    The new Midwest Industries, Inc. M-LOK forend for the Marlin Firearms lever rifle is designed for hunters of hogs as well as dangerous game. It provides a sturdy mounting platform for lights, lasers and other devises you may need.

    This is not to make the rifle tactical. M-LOK was designed by Magpul as a attachment system for all types of rifles. We realize this is not for everyone. This was intended for guys who actually use their rifle as a tool and want to add versatility. Low light is a fact of life when hunting and having the option to have a weapon mounted light in dangerous conditions is a huge plus.

    There was once a time when removing the A2 front sight on an AR and putting a long handguard on it was looked at as strange.

    This handguard, which requires no permanent modifications to the rifle, brings versatility to a great gun that is used by many.






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    Looks really good. Would sure like to see one for a 336 with a barrel band though.
    Last edited by ray slim; 12-07-17 at 17:16. Reason: can't read well...

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    Say it's gtg right there on their site.

    ***These will not fit rifle equipped with a forward barrel band***

    Fits on these known models with a forward handguard cap
    Marlin 1895
    Marlin 1894
    Marlin 336

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    Thank you for thinking of us. I’m very happy with my Midwest Rails.
    "Real men have always needed to know what time it is so they are at the airfield on time, pumping rounds into savages at the right time, etc. Being able to see such in the dark while light weights were comfy in bed without using a light required luminous material." -Originally Posted by ramairthree

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