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any suggestion for buying at reasonable price?
any help will be appreciated
 
Posts: 44 | Location: Raymondville south texas | Registered: March 08, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I'm a big fan of Larue Index Clips: https://www.larue.com/products...xclips-72-piece-set/
 
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I'm a big fan of Larue Index Clips:


Thanks for that. They look good and that 50% discount is definitely nice, especially considering how over-priced most rail covers are.




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Thanks for the info, just ordered ..
 
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Have you considered a paracord wrap? It’s light, cheap, and comfortable. Granted, it’s a pain to install/remove frequently but if you’re locked down on your kit and don’t plan frequent changes then it’s pretty nice.

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Originally posted by RogueJSK:
I'm a big fan of Larue Index Clips:


Thanks for that. They look good and that 50% discount is definitely nice, especially considering how over-priced most rail covers are.


Amen, order placed. Thanks for the link Rogue!




 
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Magpul makes decent rail covers( Larue has them for sale ) , so does Daniels Defense and Tango Down and ERGO makes decent rail cover ladders.

I had the larue clips, but I took them off. I was playing with different configurations and removing and putting them back on got annoying. Also, the handstop that came clips would slide a little back and forth. I also found the clips to be less "grippy" than I liked. But, That was circa 2010, so they may have improved them since then.
 
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Im gonna try that paracord thing. That seems pretty cool.


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I'm a big fan of Larue Index Clips: https://www.larue.com/products...xclips-72-piece-set/


R0gue - Thanks Sir for this link. I just ordered me two sets since they are at half price....Mark
 
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I've been using the ladder style covers in the background of the photo. I cut them to length.


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Magpul makes decent rail covers( Larue has them for sale ) , so does Daniels Defense and Tango Down and ERGO makes decent rail cover ladders.

I had the larue clips, but I took them off. I was playing with different configurations and removing and putting them back on got annoying. Also, the handstop that came clips would slide a little back and forth. I also found the clips to be less "grippy" than I liked. But, That was circa 2010, so they may have improved them since then.


Magpul rail covers is made by Ergo (or was at one time). The Ergos are cheaper.
 
Posts: 6411 | Location: Raymore, Missouri | Registered: June 24, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I never even thought about the paracord thing. Very cool, thanks.
 
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Out of all the rail covers I have tried, and I have tried a lot, I prefer the ladder style. They are light, they do not increase the girth, and they are easy to install, remove, and cut to size if needed. I did put the Larue clips on my 6940P to try but I will eventually replace them with some ladder covers when I get around to it.
 
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Originally posted by CD228:
Magpul makes decent rail covers( Larue has them for sale ) , so does Daniels Defense and Tango Down and ERGO makes decent rail cover ladders.

I had the larue clips, but I took them off. I was playing with different configurations and removing and putting them back on got annoying. Also, the handstop that came clips would slide a little back and forth. I also found the clips to be less "grippy" than I liked. But, That was circa 2010, so they may have improved them since then.


Magpul rail covers is made by Ergo (or was at one time). The Ergos are cheaper.

I'm talking about the XT rail panels. I don't see them in the Ergo catalogue but they have some newer offerings. I'm rather surprised to hear that Magpul outsourced their plastic.
 
Posts: 3722 | Location: Where ever Uncle Sam Sends Me | Registered: March 05, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Has anyone received a shipping notice from Larue for their clips?




 
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