Uncomfortable to hold? Maybe because of weight; however, the original forestock is unchanged, and I find that very comfortable, almost snuggly. I think that the secret to this design is a light-weight folded sheetmetal structure that provides strength to the rail with minimal additional weight.Im not impressed by it...wayy too much bling on there, and it looks like the whole handguard assembly is shaped like a heatsink, and would be very uncomfortable to hold, IMO...
Think of the design of an I-beam! If the space below the rail was jus a thin rib it could even have ports or holes in it.Uncomfortable to hold? Maybe because of weight; however, the original forestock is unchanged, and I find that very comfortable, almost snuggly. I think that the secret to this design is a light-weight folded sheetmetal structure that provides strength to the rail with minimal additional weight.
As for bling: Yeah. You're right. Not that that's a _bad_ thing.
Hmmmm... don't see it. At least in my imagination, the underside is unchanged: it's the superstructure that's blinged out.What I mean is it looks like the underside of the forward stock has sharp ribs, like a radiator...would be rather uncomfortable to have the weight of that going onto your hand after a while...
Do you really need to ask why? More is better. :lol:Why do you need a rail that goes from the front of the gun to the back?
I would assume that the answer then is no, no one has rails on their stock stock.Thred Hijaked! I have posted my origanal question 3 TIMES!!!! 2 PAGES OF BANTER AND NO AMSWER TO MY QUESTION! I GIVE UP !!! I WILL FIGURE IT OUT MYSELF!!!
LOL! I guess i will be the first to do so !I would assume that the answer then is no, no one has rails on their stock stock.
I asked....they said it was the 4095. So just one unicorn in the photo. :roll: (but one revealed....I suppose)Look at the magazine floor plate, thats a 4095 there or should I dare say.............4595!
Easy ....a 4" rail 2 screws and a tap and die ! i aready looked at it and i can be done!Short of a radical reconstruction as suggested above, I really don't see how you'd mount them. You might as well just wait for the new stock to come out.
Easy ....a 4" rail 2 screws and a tap and die ! i aready looked at it and i can be done!I have really, really, really tried to follow this backward, and still can't figure out what this mod is about (ither than, of course, a rail.). What did I miss? How does it mount? And, of course, if I'm really clueless, feel free to slap me down.OK duke, you can either do that or short rail, with 4 drilled thru holes for #4 socket head cap screw with counterbore (larger drill to clear the head).
That way you don't need to tap anything... unless you want to.. in that case use a #6 tap because the holes on the top of them shield are precisely the drill tap size for a #6-32 thread. This is how I attached the top rail for the quad rail prototype.
If you want me to make you one, just PM me. Price should not be too much.. .maybe 10 bucks plus shipping.
Signing off, as someone looking for rails on the standard stock...