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Old 09-09-2020, 12:34 PM
WindLogik WindLogik is offline
 
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I do not like shooting with a quad rail at all. Tried them for a couple of seasons. I like the A2 style the most, and you can still get good cuff weights for them cheaply. WOA is the best off the shelf stuff for service rifle competition, IMHO.

Someone mentioned the use of knurled tube... That kind of thing is not legal for EIC.
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Old 09-13-2020, 03:27 PM
OpenSightsOnly OpenSightsOnly is offline
 
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Hi all

I will be buying a new barrel for my RRA service rifle this winter. I'm not messing around with removing the original, I'm just going to assemble a whole new upper receiver.

Please recommend a CMP legal free float Handguard that you like.

Thanks!
Just buy an A2 or A4 WOA or CLE upper, problem solved.
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Old 09-13-2020, 08:03 PM
HighpowerRifleBrony HighpowerRifleBrony is offline
 
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I do not like shooting with a quad rail at all. Tried them for a couple of seasons. I like the A2 style the most, and you can still get good cuff weights for them cheaply. WOA is the best off the shelf stuff for service rifle competition, IMHO.

Someone mentioned the use of knurled tube... That kind of thing is not legal for EIC.

"Handguard. The receiver and handguard must be machined as separate
parts. Standard M16-type service handguards (which may conceal a float
tube) may be used or military design or aftermarket free floating rail
systems may be used. The rail may be of one or multiple piece design and
be attached to the receiver by means of the rail itself or with a standard or
special barrel nut. Key-Mod, M-Lok or similar mounting systems are
permitted. Handguards may be of any length and the front sling swivel may
be attached to the hand guard, but any front sling swivel location must be
fixed 13 in. (+/- 0.5 in.) from the forward edge of the magazine well on M16
configured rifles or 8.0 in. (+/- 0.5 in.) on M4 configured rifles. Handguards
or float tubes may not have any additional features that could be used as
a hand stop."

Meh.
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