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Thread: KZ Benelli M4 Quad Rail System USA?

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    Default KZ Benelli M4 Quad Rail System USA?

    Is the KS Rail marked Made in the USA? Thanks, TDL.
    TDL

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    Hi Zee,

    Yes, It's marked "KZ U.S.A" Here's a photo. It's a little hard to see but it's marked at the front under the side rail with a little white star logo




    Take Care,
    Hookster
    Last edited by Hookster; 11-27-2009 at 11:27 PM.

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    this rail wouldnt be so bad if they used straight or diagnal style slits for venting!! those round holes remind me of the lil pokadot toys i played with when i was little!!

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    Yeah, They look a little better in person than pics

    Hookster

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    my 1-1/2 yr old son is pushing that little pop-pop-pop thing right now w/ those colored round balls in it. and all i can see is the KZ rail!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by texas skeeter View Post
    my 1-1/2 yr old son is pushing that little pop-pop-pop thing right now w/ those colored round balls in it. and all i can see is the KZ rail!!
    Well at least it sounds like your son's "little pop-pop-pop thing" is 922r compliant. even if he did modify it to hold more colored round balls than OEM.

    Later,
    Hookster

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    your ALRIGHT hookster!!! and thanks again for the pic class!!

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    No prob bro


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    No Go for the pop pop machine. My 13 month old has one. It clearly says it is made in China. Therefore, it doesn't qualify as a US made device and is subject to regulation. Unless you switch enough balls with US made balls.
    You don't want Eric Holder coming to your house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrangerDanger View Post
    No Go for the pop pop machine. My 13 month old has one. It clearly says it is made in China. Therefore, it doesn't qualify as a US made device and is subject to regulation. Unless you switch enough balls with US made balls.
    You don't want Eric Holder coming to your house.
    Quick!! someone call Kip and see if he's going to produce titanium pop-pop balls marked "Made in USA"


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