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VeraxTactical

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  1. Although I have not used the kz, I have used the surefire. My objections of weight, bulk, ergonomics and to a lesser extent aesthetics are largely the same. The m4 feels great with the stock handguard. Not so much IMO with quad rails. Nor do I like the results of mounted accessories on them. Everything ends sticking out further than I'd like.
  2. I had one as well. Sold it. I am curious what utility people are using them for. I am working on something for the M4 to solve almost all of these issues, which is why I am always interested in the specifics of the use of the M80 handguard. Thanks Aggie
  3. Aggie - What do you want to use the rails for?
  4. May I ask what the various parties here intend to mount to the M80? Or what purposes the M80 will serve for them? It's obviously a handguard, but beyond that function - what do the folks here intend to use it for?
  5. What dremel bit did you use to cut out the large circular cut ?
  6. The square would work, the only problem is you would only use a very small percentage of your sand paper. If you try round, get really mushy foam that is close to the ID, crush it down and shove in.
  7. Use round foam instead - saw this idea somewhere else... Threaded rod, can make your rig any length. [ATTACH=CONFIG]2231[/ATTACH]
  8. You could fill it with your abrasives, and other suitable media - think like a stuff to polish rocks or brass - tape up the ends - then either vibrate it to death by securing it to something that will continuously vibrate vigorously. Or if you can rig up something to tumble it on axis. I think either would work.
  9. Neat idea. For those that introduce muzzle devices to an M4, this is the perfect compliment since they have the space to spare now under their muzzle device anyway.
  10. Clearly how the benelli ones are done.
  11. Is that an M4 pictured? Looks like a different bennelli shotgun to me. Rear sight, mag tube, front handguard doesn't look like an M4
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