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Old 10-12-2011, 05:52 AM   #1
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Anybody know what a good 1911 rail would be? I was looking at NcStar Flashlight/Laser Pistol Rail Adapter. I see a few different ones on eBay.

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Anybody know what a good 1911 rail would be? I was looking at NcStar Flashlight/Laser Pistol Rail Adapter. I see a few different ones on eBay.
Brownells sells one made by Novak for 59.99 or they have a brownells brand rail for 50.99. I think the Novak is the better one
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Thank you sir, seriously? Nobody commented at all? One person?! I'm dissapointed!

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Thank you sir, seriously? Nobody commented at all? One person?! I'm dissapointed!
Your very welcome brother..
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Chad, not many 1911 guys like or want a rail on the gun.

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I looked up the ncstar rail that you mentioned, it looks pretty bulky and awkward to me. The novak rail keeps your 1911 the same size as a 1911 that is factory equipped with a rail. You can use any holster that fits a 1911 w/rail..

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Chad, not many 1911 guys like or want a rail on the gun.
You are correct about that, no rail on mine but if thats what he wants i will help him choose the best one
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Ohhhh... That's why... Dang.. I honestly didn't know. I'm Gunna have to rethink it.

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I can't seem to find the one on brownells. Do u have the site copy?

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I can't seem to find the one on brownells. Do u have the site copy?
Go to there main site and type this item number in
662-000-080DH
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