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Thread: Benelli M4 Quad Rail Handguard

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    Default Benelli M4 Quad Rail Handguard

    What do y'all guys think of this vs. the Sure Fire M80? It cost more but I kinda think that the top could act as a heat shield. Plus it is a B&T.http://www.dsarms.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT21353
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    Quote Originally Posted by ****man74 View Post
    What do y'all guys think of this vs. the Sure Fire M80? It cost more but I kinda think that the top could act as a heat shield. Plus it is a B&T.http://www.dsarms.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT21353
    While I dont doubt that its a quality product, that is just overkill.
    IMO even on an AR, a full quad pic rail is a solution looking for a problem. I cant imagine needing that many mounting points for accessories on a damn shotgun.

    Id rather pick up a universal $20 small pic rail mount for a flashlight, and let that be it.


    Why dont those jerkoffs get off thier asses and make something useful like a decent priced tele-stock?

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    I agree with Bs. I have a small B&T double pic rail mount clamped on my mag tube. It is top-notch in fit and finish- my only complaint is that I have to break out the hex key and remove it to take off my barrel.

    If you like the look of it, I say buy it and be happy. But for less than what you would pay for that piece you could buy the smaller B&T mount, a Surefire weapons light, AND have an extra pic rail open for a laser or whatever.

    What all could/would you want to put on a shotgun pic rail?

    - tactical light (obvious)

    - laser (somewhat useful)

    - sling mount (The M4 already has perfectly good mount built in)

    - vertical foregrip handle (other than going for a certain "look", what
    do they do for you? And they hurt to shoot!)

    - spare battery holder (batteries could be stored elsewhere)

    What am I leaving out?

    T-H

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    Anyone have a picture of an M-80?

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    Here ya go-

    T-H






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