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Old 10-06-2011, 05:57 AM
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$99.00 for a LWRC Carbine Length Rail System Available in Black (Free Shipping)

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The original ARM-R Carbine Length Rail Kit. This three piece rail kit is made from 6061 series aluminum that is Type-3 mil-spec hardcoat anodized in black. The kit consists of three main pieces: 1) Lower section that contains the 3, 6 and 9 o'clock rails, 2) The rail clamp, that attaches the system to the upper receiver 3) The removable top rail, which attached to the lower section via hardened steel pins and 'J' shaped cuts that are found on the rail. These hooks and pins allow a 100% return to zero when removing and replacing the top rail. The top rail is held in place by pusher screws, which seat against special high-temp rubber o-rings.

The removable top rail allows the user easy access to the piston components, on a piston operated gun, or to the gas tube on a direct impingement gun. The top rail can be removed and replaced without tools other than the rim of a cartridge case. This rail kit fits any standard mil-spec upper receiver without any special mounting hardware.

This lightweight and durable rail system has made LWRC rifles and carbines the go-to choice for the operator that needs plenty of 1913 Picatinny mounting surfaces for optics, lights, bipods and lasers.

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