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Thread: New handguard reccomendations

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    Centurion Arms

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    All of the above have solid rails that I use on a regular basis for my builds, and would use any without reservation.
    Agreed. I run a few Centurion Mlok 15Ē rails, an older CMR 14Ē, and recently grabbed a BCM Mlok 15Ē. I like them all, but prefer the Centurion Mlok rails over the rest. Slots at 3/6/9, radiuses between flats, and ample cooling/lightening holes. Works for me.

    To keep from paying KAC prices, I went with a Larue 12Ē quad on my recent mk12 build, wrapped around one of Montyís mk12 barrels. Itís a solid, rigid, heavy ass quad rail, but thereís just something about the aesthetics of the mounting nut/system that I like.

    I donít personally own one of the Cross Machine rails but one of the guys I shoot with has one and i think itís solid, given what little Iíve ran it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangBang77 View Post
    Agreed. I run a few Centurion Mlok 15” rails, an older CMR 14”, and recently grabbed a BCM Mlok 15”. I like them all, but prefer the Centurion Mlok rails over the rest. Slots at 3/6/9, radiuses between flats, and ample cooling/lightening holes. Works for me.

    To keep from paying KAC prices, I went with a Larue 12” quad on my recent mk12 build, wrapped around one of Monty’s mk12 barrels. It’s a solid, rigid, heavy ass quad rail, but there’s just something about the aesthetics of the mounting nut/system that I like.

    I don’t personally own one of the Cross Machine rails but one of the guys I shoot with has one and i think it’s solid, given what little I’ve ran it.
    centurions older cmr rails are the cats meow

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    I tried to follow the science but it simply was not there. I then followed the money, thats where i found the science.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer_Man View Post
    Icon Defense Drive Lock rail is probably the most solid slim profile rail out there. Itís made by the same guy who founded Mega, and is also marketed as the SOLGW M89 and Hodge S-Lock. Itís not available in green, but Iím sure you can get it Cerakoted. So far Iím very happy with the one I got.

    https://www.icondefense.com/product/...ck-hand-guard/

    Another one Iíd like to use is the Hodge Pinch Lock. Itís a slightly larger profile than the Drive Lock, but looks to be pretty solid.

    https://www.bigtexordnance.com/produ...a_length=13-65
    Hodge rails do NOT use the Drivelock mechanism, they share an extrusion with the SOLGW M89/L89 rails but thatís it.

    The M89/L89 Drivelock is leading the pack right now for rigidity/lockup.

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