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Firefield AR-15 Carbine Length Drop-In 6.7" Quad Rail

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Sometimes life is better when everything is simpler. The Firefield 6.7" carbine offers an easy-to-install two-piece quad rail without sacrificing your wallet. The handguard is constructed from a sturdy, hard anodized aluminum construction and numbered rail slots on Mil-Spec Picatinny Rails. Installation only takes a few minutes and does not require a gunsmith to perform. Choose simplicity that performs when you need it with Firefield.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: FF34001DE
Carbine Length 6.7"
Two Piece Design
Hard Anodized Aluminum Construction
Mil-Spec Picatinny Rails
Numbered rail slots
Easy to install
Flat Dark Earth

Item#: ARR-3841
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"Installed this on my Ruger AR-556. A minor alteration on the inside with a Dremel and it fit great. Looks great and can't wait to put the accessories on it. Way to go CTD!!"
5.0 5
"I put together a cheap AR build this week and decided to give this rail a try. My other rifles are free floated and an older rifle of mine had a Troy Battle Rail drop in. I figured that for less than a third of the price I would give this a shot. This rail is obviously not a Troy Battle Rail, but does lock up extremely solid. No slop in it whatsoever. If there is anyone out there looking for a good quad rail for extremely cheap this is the one. Absolutely 0 wiggle. Great for a cheap build"
5.0 5
"I purchased this for my black DPMS Panther Arms RFA3-OC Oracle. It fits perfect and looks fantastic against the black contrast. It's well made and adds so much functionality. I would highly recommend this to anyone. It was a bit tricky to install because this was my first time. Hint: For the smaller bottom piece, look for the two notches that line up with the sprocket of the Delta Ring by looking down the inside of the part towards the Delta Ring."