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Old 11-07-2012, 04:41 AM   #1
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Does anyone recommend this brand?? I hear it's really good & I really like the rails they have.

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Old 11-07-2012, 05:03 AM   #2
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From what I know they make good stuff.

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From what I know they make good stuff.
Nice!! I like their prices & the rails so I think I'm gonna settle with one of those. Are they easy to change? Or should I have a professional do it?
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From the information I have seen and even a hands on at one point I am a Troy fan. When I finally build or buy my SHTF rifle it will likely be wearing one of their slim profile rails.

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From the information I have seen and even a hands on at one point I am a Troy fan. When I finally build or buy my SHTF rifle it will likely be wearing one of their slim profile rails.
Nice! I'm about to order mine but I'm not sure if it's 6 inches or 7 inches!? I've measured but not 100% sure if I just measure the rail or with the screw to tighten it. Help!!!!
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By what it looks like, it's about 6.25 inches. Btw, it looks like the gun needs a continuem transfunctioner!! Lol

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By what it looks like, it's about 6.25 inches. Btw, it looks like the gun needs a continuem transfunctioner!! Lol
Lmaoo your an idiot
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Nice!! I like their prices & the rails so I think I'm gonna settle with one of those. Are they easy to change? Or should I have a professional do it?
You may need to get some extra tools but people build their own AR's all the time.
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Troy makes awesome stuff. Their newer rails use a standard AR15 barrel nut and they lock up super tight.

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Nice! I'm about to order mine but I'm not sure if it's 6 inches or 7 inches!? I've measured but not 100% sure if I just measure the rail or with the screw to tighten it. Help!!!!
7" is what u need for that carbine length
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