So I have a question, on my DDM4, I have taken it out shooting a couple times, I got the three rail ladders on the sides of my quad rail, and bottom, but I noticed the uncovered top rail getting minor damage.
I bought two Troy Rail covers to replace those on the sides today.
But My question is, with it being a true quad rail, free float, with a low profile gas block, If I mount a rail ladder (as pictured below) on the Top rail, Would this melt? or will it withstand the heat over the gas block and gas tube?
What would be the best option to protect the top rail?
Here is the DD description on the ladders:
"Daniel Defense low profile rail ladders are made from Santoprene which can handle heat up to 300° F. The ladders provide a rubbery grip surface while protecting your rail system. They are easily shortened by cutting to length and fit onto any picatinny rail configuration."