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Old 12-17-2010, 08:43 PM   #1
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Default Command Arms M44 Quad Rail HG (ALUM)

Greetings to everyone here, I purchased this for my New Bushy M-4, it installed with No problem, No movement, went to the huntin club range to zero in my eotech...ran about 2 hundred rounds through her...now the HG is loose as a goose..anyone have a clue what happened...Thanks!

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How does it fasten? Did you use some sort of loc-tite?

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No loc-tite, they install like the stock HG (Delta Rings).....

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Ive seen this somewhere else but cant remember the verdict. It was on another forum. Try a Google search.

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Well did not find anything, will keep searching, guess you get what you pay for, thanks for the reply's....

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I went back and searched the site I thought I had read it on and couldnt find it again. Id contact the Cammand Arms and ask them what they suggest.

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I sent them an e-mail a couple of days ago, haven't heard anything back, guess I will send them another and another and another until I get a response...course I may Never get one...I was thinking about another brand, but now I am gun-shy about that...they are not cheap...wonder if loc-tite would be the way to go?

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Loctite won't do you any good if they are a 2 piece set up. Just take it down to a local shop and ask if they know what the problem is. DON'T drop it off unless you know the guy. If they're decent they'll help you out.

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You shouldnt have to spen a fortune to get a quality product.

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Well, money is real tight right now, I have searched all the reviews I could find, and there was only one that said there was slight play, the rest said it was tight...no play...course slight play is Not acceptable...do you have any suggestions for another quad HG drop-in...

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