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Picitinney rail for M1


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Thanks Allen, I've thought about it and in fact I have a rail but would rather have the rail that comes with the M-4. so as to keep it looking like a factory install.

Anyone replaced thier M-4 rail with another I would love to take the M4 rail off your hands.

 

[ 10-21-2004, 07:40 PM: Message edited by: Mackpack ]

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Originally posted by Mackpack:

Thanks Allen, I've thought about it and in fact I have a rail but would rather have the rail that comes with the M-4. so as to keep it looking like a factory install.

Anyone replaced thier M-4 rail with another I would love to take the M4 rail off your hands.

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Before you guys go spending lots of money on accessories, the M1 does not fair well with extra weight on her. It's a known issue that cycling problems will occur with extra weight on any inertia based model. By adding weight, you're reducing inertia in the gun which may limit it's ability to cycle the action reliably. Some people havn't had problems but more have. Just thought I'd drop a warning.

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