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Thread: Forward QD sling attachment for KAC RAS?

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    Forward QD sling attachment for KAC RAS?

    You’re right. But not nearly as likely if you mount the QD mount on the aft portion of the KAC RAC near the barrel nut. The RAS has a lock-up system using the nut that makes a more solid foundation.

    And the OP is asking for RAS options.

    Quote Originally Posted by CESwartz07 View Post
    You could potential he impart the same amount of force using a non-free floated quad rail


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    Last edited by pomyc; 08-20-19 at 17:57.

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    i was only referring to the sling mount on the front sight - not a problem as i see it if sling is mounted near the mag well

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    I prefer the Magpul or IWC for mounting on the top rail. A little more compact/flat than the gear sector, but not something noticed when using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowSpeed_HighDrag View Post
    Different branding, same product
    I'll stick with the cheap one.
    E pluribus unum

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    Someone mentioned the Daniel Defence, here is a Kac for around the same price
    https://www.knightarmco.com/12469/sh...mount-assembly
    Last edited by chef8489; 08-21-19 at 02:49.

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    I’m another fan of Gear Sector. I like how it’s contoured, and it’s rock solid. I used one on my work rifle for two years:


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