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What are your thought on the quality? Especially interested in the extended length rails for fixed front sight guns? I am looking at them for a duty use project.

If not, any other suggestions? They just have to be available. MLOK preferred but quad rail ok.




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Posts: 35095 | Location: Logical | Registered: September 12, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have both midlength quad rail and mlok C4 rails, cutout for front sight post versions.

They are extremely rigid. The mlok is a pretty svelte rail, where the quad is a pretty typical chunky quad. Either would be fine depending on your preference, I don't feel the mlok gives anything up to the quad, but is a good bit thinner, tighter, and lighter, and a wonderful improvement on the design. My mlok rail also has a nicer finish than the older quad I have.
 
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Like Rustpot I've had both 1913 and MLOK Centurion rails. I currently have a 6920 OEM2 with the MLOK C4 rail. I like it and it feels as solid as anything else I've had or had hands on with, barring my former RIS 2 and current MRP. I don't think either of those are fair comparisons though. For a lightweight, solid, easy to attach rail, I think these are hard to beat.

 
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Centurion Arms is as solid as they come. I've got a C4 rail on my M4-type, lightweight no issues with rotation or, rattling. I also use their BCG's, also no issues.

Owner Monty Leclair recently retired from active duty with the SEALs, unlike a lot of 'former SEALs' Leclair's role within the command was the development of a number of rifles used; key among them was the Mk12 rifle and SR-25, along with being principal armor of their sniper school. While in he started his business, and was able to parlay his contacts and knowledge to evolve his business.
 
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Aight. I’ll make a buy.




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