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Hogue AK-47/AK-74 OverMold Handguard Rubber Black

 
Hogue
74004
743108740040
75530
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Hogue is one of the most recognizable names in the firearm industry. Hogue grips encompass the widest variety of styles and cover just about every modern firearm. Their OverMold stocks and grips really help you to get a better grip on your firearm and thus increase your accuracy. Give Hogue a look when it comes time to upgrade your stock grips. You will not be disappointed.

This 2-Piece OverMolded Handguard for the AK-47 or AK-74 is made from rubber-covered fiberglass which offers the ultimate combination of comfort and durability. Modular design includes both railed and smooth top cover as well as 3 short sections of Picatinny rail that can be attached to the sides and bottom of the lower portion for accessories. Complete set allows a truly customizable handguard.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: 74004
Two piece
Rubbe covered fiberglass

Fits:
AK-47, AK-74 Chinese and Russian

 

Item#: 75530
Total number of Reviews: 1

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3.0 5
"I had high expectations for this handguard considering the brand. First I would like to say that it is a very comfortable handguard and I am very satisfied with it in that respect. And I like having the option to mount the rails or not as I see fit. Also you can't beat the price. All that being said, I had trouble with the fit between the upper and lower guards on my WASR. The two halves were jamming up where they meet towards the muzzle end and it was keeping me from getting my gas tube locked back in. To fix this I ended up having to slice a few layers off of the lower where it touches the upper. Honestly I do like this product but it was a pain to make work and the included instructions were worthless."