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Old 11-02-2012, 04:05 PM   #1
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Contemplating going with a 2 piece unit on my WW15 SRC. Anybody have any experience with them? Thanks.

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Old 11-02-2012, 05:01 PM   #2
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My Core 15 300 BLK upper came with a MI 2 piece free float 7" quad rail.
Works for me.

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I've had MI sights, a MI 2 peice carbine rail, MI made Rainer arms 12" free float handguard, and just helped my friend out with a 15" SS gen 2 set on his 20
rifle. Quality is great. Nicely finished. Solidly made. Reasonably priced. Never had to tangle with CS but in my book MI is good to go.

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Can't speak of the two piece, but I love my Gen2 SS free float. Great quality.

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They make great rails with a good finish. We have a ton of them in stock and $5 vouchers for registered customers on the website, plus cheap shipping and free shipping on orders over $200.
http://www.westforkarmory.com/129-custom-wf-rifles

If something is not listed that your looking for, let us know. We can usually get items in stock within 2 days if the manufacturer has them available.

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