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    Midwest Industries 10/22 Takedown M-LOK Handguard

    Ruger 10/22 Takedown M-LOK handguards are now shipping.
    We have a length for both rifles as well as the chargers.
    Be sure to check out the links below for more information.




    https://www.midwestindustriesinc.com...i-1022-13h.htm

    https://www.midwestindustriesinc.com...mi-1022-8h.htm

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    Was just about to fire off an email to Andy with a couple questions, but since you have a thread here I'll give you a free bump and hope I can help anybody else who might be thinking along similar lines to myself.

    1. Is there an M-Lok slot on top, and if so could it be set up to align with a receiver-top rail for mounting AR-style longer-radius iron sights? (I'm thinking to use the Brownells integral-rail model.)

    2. Is it compatible with the Lasermax barrel-band laser unit?

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    The top of the hand guard has m lok slots . We do not have a pic rail that extends from the hand guard over the receiver. This would not work since the gun has to twist to make it a take down. As far as the laser sight we have zero experience with that particular part .
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    Troy, I was thinking more "would the included rail section, mounted on the top slot, be the right height above bore to match a receiver-mounted scope rail?" One of the things I hate about the "as built" design is that the rear sight is halfway down the rifle from your eyeball.

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    We use the included rail section to mount red dots and it works really well. I am sure you could mount a longer rail section for a scope but I am not sure you would get the proper eye relief .

    Troy
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    That's cool as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Industries View Post
    We use the included rail section to mount red dots and it works really well. I am sure you could mount a longer rail section for a scope but I am not sure you would get the proper eye relief .
    Troy, when I say "scope rail" like your 1022SM, I'm only referring to the usual use for 'em--my thinking is to mount a front iron sight at the front of the handguard and a rear on the back of the receiver, like an AR BUIS system. (I really hate standard 10/22 and AK setups where the rear sight is halfway down the rifle's length from your eye.)
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    We would have to make the rails match in height. As of right now we do not have a receiver rail and hand guard rail that are the same height.

    Troy
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