What is a good brand & material quad rail for my core-15 M4?
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Old 10-31-2012, 03:47 AM   #1
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Default What is a good brand & material quad rail for my core-15 M4?

I've been trying to find a really good Quad Rail for my new Core-15 M4 & I'm not sure what is a good brand or material to purchase. Any suggestions?

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Old 10-31-2012, 04:19 AM   #2
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The vast majority of aftermarket AR quad rails are going to be aluminum. As far as what brand.... that one is a can of worms! Everyone has their own preference on brands and it will probably come down to how much you want to spend and what you think looks the best.

Personally, I like the Yankee Hill Machine Diamond series quad rails, (www.yhm.net) they are pretty reasonably priced and the top rail extends over the supplied jam nut to make a seamless rail from your upper to the quad rail.

If you want to spend about $100 more take a look at Seekins Precision (www.seekinsprecision.com) their BAR rail is pretty bad ass.

Good luck to you and post some pics when you get the new furniture in!

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Well I'm looking for something basic but not to cheap. Im looking in the price range of $200-$350 I'm sure there's good brand out there that will have one. I have my bi-pod already, purchased it on Amazon for $39 & it seems to be of very good quality & brand according to the local gun store clerk. I also got a nice bungee sling for $4.90 on there. But I'm going with a good quad rail & Eotech scope because I know their are a huge part to the rifle. I'm new to this & just doing research on the best route to take & I appreciate all the comments & advice! I will post pics as soon as I get use to this new app!

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Here are some pics. At least I hope I got it right

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Daniel Defense makes some fine rail systems that fall into your price range.

https://danieldefense.com/rail-systems.html

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