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Posted: 12/7/2014 2:30:39 PM EST
I'd like to hear about it.
Link Posted: 12/16/2014 9:12:44 PM EST
Your question may have received more answers under the New Products tab. However, I am curious about this as well. I am not sure I like the idea of losing the front sling swivel. Pis there enough clearance to mount a bayonet??
Link Posted: 12/17/2014 1:43:02 AM EST
I just bought the grip and it is perfect for my SBR. I replaced the MOE for the SL and it feels a lot better to me. I noticed it has a grippier texture to it. Can't speak for the other furniture
Link Posted: 12/17/2014 2:03:38 AM EST
interested. i'm looking at the SL stock for my SBR
Link Posted: 12/17/2014 2:10:43 AM EST
The handguard supposedly does not interfere with the installation of a bayonet
Link Posted: 12/17/2014 3:02:57 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/17/2014 3:05:47 AM EST by WrenchGuy]
Just installed mine the other day...the handguard is very comfortable and provides a bit of protection from the hot FSB. Also they are M-lok compatible.

I find the SL stock also to be very comfortable, more so than the CTR I have been using...the toe-in at the bottom helps it roll right up into position.

I did not upgrade the grip as the SL is a bit thinner than the MOE... I have big hands so that wasn't even a consideration.

Thats my $.02.



Link Posted: 12/17/2014 9:26:41 AM EST
Still putting things together and I'll have to wait on some parts until Christmas. But...

I used a railed gas block and it did interfere with the handguard. I just marked the guard, used the small sanding drum on the Dremel, and finished with a small file. Just a bit to take off, but it's worth noting. As you can see in this mock up pic (without the handguard cap installed) it pushed the front end up slightly. Did the mod last night, installed the cap, and all mates up properly now.



Link Posted: 12/19/2014 9:56:08 AM EST
I'm using this design as a template for my first build. Nice looking rifle.



Link Posted: 12/19/2014 11:23:31 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Kvanderploeg:
Still putting things together and I'll have to wait on some parts until Christmas. But...

I used a railed gas block and it did interfere with the handguard. I just marked the guard, used the small sanding drum on the Dremel, and finished with a small file. Just a bit to take off, but it's worth noting. As you can see in this mock up pic (without the handguard cap installed) it pushed the front end up slightly. Did the mod last night, installed the cap, and all mates up properly now.

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-GbAj6_usDxg/VI-MXhDykQI/AAAAAAAAWv8/GW76TNZzbso/w960-h540-no/received_859179390770266.jpeg

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Cotter Pin?
Link Posted: 12/19/2014 11:49:30 PM EST
They really need longer length SL handguards... midlength and rifle size.
Link Posted: 12/20/2014 4:08:40 AM EST
We'll likely see the longer SL handguards after SHOT in Q1.
Link Posted: 12/20/2014 5:41:56 AM EST
I have the SL handguard on my pistol and one of my 16" rifles. I really like this handguard, much better than the MOE. Very slim and very rugged. Losing the front swivel isn't optimal, but I didn't use the front sling attachment on the pistol anyway, and there are other options for a front sling mount.

Waiting anxiously for the mid-length version.
Link Posted: 12/20/2014 6:56:30 AM EST
I have the SL handguard on my rifle. As others have mentioned, I think it is a big upgrade over the MOE. Feels better in the hand and looks a lot sleeker IMO.
Link Posted: 12/20/2014 11:17:15 AM EST
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Originally Posted By emopunker2004:


Cotter Pin?
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Originally Posted By emopunker2004:
Originally Posted By Kvanderploeg:
Still putting things together and I'll have to wait on some parts until Christmas. But...

I used a railed gas block and it did interfere with the handguard. I just marked the guard, used the small sanding drum on the Dremel, and finished with a small file. Just a bit to take off, but it's worth noting. As you can see in this mock up pic (without the handguard cap installed) it pushed the front end up slightly. Did the mod last night, installed the cap, and all mates up properly now.

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-GbAj6_usDxg/VI-MXhDykQI/AAAAAAAAWv8/GW76TNZzbso/w960-h540-no/received_859179390770266.jpeg



Cotter Pin?


Yup. It's the pins from my lower vise block. Parts kit is waiting under the Christmas tree.
Link Posted: 12/22/2014 7:34:51 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/22/2014 7:42:50 PM EST by sigboi]
I just installed mine a couple days ago on my m&p 15 sport. I had a "tacticool" railed metal heavy handguard and it was just weighing the front down and was too thick for my small hands. The moe sl is very slim, and easy to grip and aim.

The sl stock is very tight, no wiggle or movement AT ALL. Nice and light, the rubberized butt plate is really comfortable and the tube is wider at the top for a good cheek wield.

The sl grip is better than the factory a2 and the hogue grip I had on there. It's more vertical and gives a better lop to keep the rifle closer to me.

I also picked up the m-lok stubby vg and the m-lok is really secure and easy to install.

Since I lost my front sling mount, I just ordered an m-lok qd mount and an end plate qd mount along with a magpul ms4, I've heard good things about that sling. Will update once I get the new gear.



Link Posted: 12/22/2014 8:04:43 PM EST
I have the stock.

I like it better than the CTR. Leaner, very simple controls and very good lockup - basically no wiggle.
I'm impressed with it and would buy another.
Link Posted: 12/22/2014 9:11:13 PM EST
I have the SL on one of my carbines. Just be sure to install the top half first. It's a much tighter fit than the std moe. I agree with the others posting here. Very slim, great feel and just looks much better. Can't go wrong with it.
Link Posted: 12/24/2014 5:55:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
I just installed mine a couple days ago on my m&p 15 sport. I had a "tacticool" railed metal heavy handguard and it was just weighing the front down and was too thick for my small hands. The moe sl is very slim, and easy to grip and aim.

The sl stock is very tight, no wiggle or movement AT ALL. Nice and light, the rubberized butt plate is really comfortable and the tube is wider at the top for a good cheek wield.

The sl grip is better than the factory a2 and the hogue grip I had on there. It's more vertical and gives a better lop to keep the rifle closer to me.

I also picked up the m-lok stubby vg and the m-lok is really secure and easy to install.

Since I lost my front sling mount, I just ordered an m-lok qd mount and an end plate qd mount along with a magpul ms4, I've heard good things about that sling. Will update once I get the new gear.

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Thanks for posting those. Great looking rifle.

Was in PSA store today fondling some of that SL stuff but they didn't have the color I want.
Link Posted: 12/24/2014 6:20:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By ThePontificator:
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I like it. Looking forward to the middy....



Link Posted: 12/27/2014 4:03:43 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/27/2014 4:04:56 PM EST by sigboi]
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Originally Posted By ThePontificator:


Thanks for posting those. Great looking rifle.

Was in PSA store today fondling some of that SL stuff but they didn't have the color I want.
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
I just installed mine a couple days ago on my m&p 15 sport. I had a "tacticool" railed metal heavy handguard and it was just weighing the front down and was too thick for my small hands. The moe sl is very slim, and easy to grip and aim.

The sl stock is very tight, no wiggle or movement AT ALL. Nice and light, the rubberized butt plate is really comfortable and the tube is wider at the top for a good cheek wield.

The sl grip is better than the factory a2 and the hogue grip I had on there. It's more vertical and gives a better lop to keep the rifle closer to me.

I also picked up the m-lok stubby vg and the m-lok is really secure and easy to install.

Since I lost my front sling mount, I just ordered an m-lok qd mount and an end plate qd mount along with a magpul ms4, I've heard good things about that sling. Will update once I get the new gear.



Thanks for posting those. Great looking rifle.

Was in PSA store today fondling some of that SL stuff but they didn't have the color I want.


I got my kit from Midway, came out to ~$120 shipped for all 4 pieces. The stealth gray looks better in person, what color are you going with? I think it looks really modern in black, but I wanted to change it up a bit. Only disapointment is no PMags in gray!
PSA has some great pricing also, I ordered a bushnell trs-32 for $45 shipped! It is still processing, so I don't know when it'll get here.
Link Posted: 12/27/2014 6:54:07 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/27/2014 6:55:06 PM EST by ThePontificator]
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Originally Posted By sigboi:


I got my kit from Midway, came out to ~$120 shipped for all 4 pieces. The stealth gray looks better in person, what color are you going with? I think it looks really modern in black, but I wanted to change it up a bit. Only disapointment is no PMags in gray!
PSA has some great pricing also, I ordered a bushnell trs-32 for $45 shipped! It is still processing, so I don't know when it'll get here.
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
Originally Posted By ThePontificator:
Originally Posted By sigboi:
I just installed mine a couple days ago on my m&p 15 sport. I had a "tacticool" railed metal heavy handguard and it was just weighing the front down and was too thick for my small hands. The moe sl is very slim, and easy to grip and aim.

The sl stock is very tight, no wiggle or movement AT ALL. Nice and light, the rubberized butt plate is really comfortable and the tube is wider at the top for a good cheek wield.

The sl grip is better than the factory a2 and the hogue grip I had on there. It's more vertical and gives a better lop to keep the rifle closer to me.

I also picked up the m-lok stubby vg and the m-lok is really secure and easy to install.

Since I lost my front sling mount, I just ordered an m-lok qd mount and an end plate qd mount along with a magpul ms4, I've heard good things about that sling. Will update once I get the new gear.



Thanks for posting those. Great looking rifle.

Was in PSA store today fondling some of that SL stuff but they didn't have the color I want.


I got my kit from Midway, came out to ~$120 shipped for all 4 pieces. The stealth gray looks better in person, what color are you going with? I think it looks really modern in black, but I wanted to change it up a bit. Only disapointment is no PMags in gray!
PSA has some great pricing also, I ordered a bushnell trs-32 for $45 shipped! It is still processing, so I don't know when it'll get here.


Everyone looks better in black
Link Posted: 12/27/2014 7:56:14 PM EST
I put the SL stock and handguard on my 6920. I have the CTR stock on my 15-22 and the SL is every bit as nice and has no wiggle. I've only shot once since putting it on, but it's comfortable for sure. I really like the new SL handguard. I'm using an AFG2 on my 15-22 but I am going to wait on putting one on this rifle as I really like it bare. Haven't tried the grip, I like the MOE+.

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Link Posted: 12/27/2014 10:46:17 PM EST
I like it. I plan on changing over all my furniture to it over time.

It also works with the IWC qd sling mount.





Link Posted: 12/27/2014 11:37:30 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
I just installed mine a couple days ago on my m&p 15 sport. I had a "tacticool" railed metal heavy handguard and it was just weighing the front down and was too thick for my small hands. The moe sl is very slim, and easy to grip and aim.

The sl stock is very tight, no wiggle or movement AT ALL. Nice and light, the rubberized butt plate is really comfortable and the tube is wider at the top for a good cheek wield.

The sl grip is better than the factory a2 and the hogue grip I had on there. It's more vertical and gives a better lop to keep the rifle closer to me.

I also picked up the m-lok stubby vg and the m-lok is really secure and easy to install.

Since I lost my front sling mount, I just ordered an m-lok qd mount and an end plate qd mount along with a magpul ms4, I've heard good things about that sling. Will update once I get the new gear.

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The SL stuff looks dope on your M&P. I dig the shit out of that new stock. I may have to pick one up
Link Posted: 12/29/2014 3:20:47 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:

The SL stuff looks dope on your M&P. I dig the shit out of that new stock. I may have to pick one up
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By sigboi:
I just installed mine a couple days ago on my m&p 15 sport. I had a "tacticool" railed metal heavy handguard and it was just weighing the front down and was too thick for my small hands. The moe sl is very slim, and easy to grip and aim.

The sl stock is very tight, no wiggle or movement AT ALL. Nice and light, the rubberized butt plate is really comfortable and the tube is wider at the top for a good cheek wield.

The sl grip is better than the factory a2 and the hogue grip I had on there. It's more vertical and gives a better lop to keep the rifle closer to me.

I also picked up the m-lok stubby vg and the m-lok is really secure and easy to install.

Since I lost my front sling mount, I just ordered an m-lok qd mount and an end plate qd mount along with a magpul ms4, I've heard good things about that sling. Will update once I get the new gear.




The SL stuff looks dope on your M&P. I dig the shit out of that new stock. I may have to pick one up


Thanks, and you should, I can't believe how good the stock is for the price! Super solid, when it's locked it feels like a non-adjustable stock! I'm digging the Stealth gray, can't wait to take it out and try out the ergonomics when shooting and moving. I just got the m-lok qd mount, and am still waiting for the magpul ms4 sling to come in. Also picked up a M3 20rd pmag, I really like the 20rders, decent capacity but it's shorter than the pistol grip and makes the rifle much more balanced. Will lug out my slr and take some good shots when all the stuff comes in.
Link Posted: 12/29/2014 3:25:19 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/29/2014 4:06:13 PM EST by RDTCU]
I really like the SL forend on my .300blk.

BTW, I tweaked a leftover Troy/Vtac rail section to fit the MLOK slots and used MLOK nuts.
That gets me a light mount and QD socket.





Link Posted: 12/30/2014 1:40:49 AM EST
I like'm a lot.

I just received and OD green and grey SL hand guards today. Great design. Especially for the short carbine.
Link Posted: 12/30/2014 2:52:01 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/30/2014 2:52:51 PM EST by 4FishLimit]
I recently switched over my MOE Foliage Green stuff (gotta keep 'em mint since the color is discontinued ) to stealth grey, and went with the SL handguard and M-Lok AFG. I didn't think I would notice a difference in the handguards, but the SL is significantly smaller than the MOE stuff, and I like the extra length vs the MOE as well. I ended up staying with the MOE+ grip however, as I like the rubberized texture better. Here's how my M&P Sport sits now:



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Sorry for the link, I can't figure out how to embed pics. Is it a post count thing or do I just have teh dumb?
Link Posted: 12/30/2014 3:05:46 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/30/2014 3:05:57 PM EST by RDTCU]
Your pic shows up, it's just a new guy thing until you've been around a while.
Cuts down on advertiser / shill spam.
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 5:08:22 PM EST
I noticed that PSA has started offering MOE SL Lower Parts Kits and MOE SL Lower Build Kits.
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 8:11:44 PM EST
My buds 11.5" BCM(Anderson lower). He loves the new hand guards.
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 8:16:51 PM EST
Finally got the qd mount and sling, along with a front sight light/laser mount, I prefer to keep the rifle as "slim" as possible, didn't like side mounted lights. I tried putting a pistol light on there, it was kind of bulky. While it didn't bother the sight picture, having the bottom of the sight wider distracted me. I ordered a bayonet lug rail mount, planning to mount a tlr light w/ pressure switch to that, and a laser to the front sight mount with pressure switch. Does anyone make a switch that can turn both on or separately?






Link Posted: 12/31/2014 8:45:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
Finally got the qd mount and sling, along with a front sight light/laser mount, I prefer to keep the rifle as "slim" as possible, didn't like side mounted lights. I tried putting a pistol light on there, it was kind of bulky. While it didn't bother the sight picture, having the bottom of the sight wider distracted me. I ordered a bayonet lug rail mount, planning to mount a tlr light w/ pressure switch to that, and a laser to the front sight mount with pressure switch. Does anyone make a switch that can turn both on or separately?

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Let us know how that lug mount goes. I've eyeballed mine only, but it looks like I'd have to do some surgery to the SL. I have 2 diff styles.



Both work great. Simple, streamlined, relatively light, and out of the way. Alas..





Link Posted: 12/31/2014 9:01:39 PM EST
I think that second style might fit barely, the first one probably not. How is the second one tightened, are the bolts near the middle? If so I would just cut off the rear part and you shouldn't need to mod the handguard. You'd lose the qd mount, but just get the m-lok qd mount
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 9:46:07 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
I think that second style might fit barely, the first one probably not. How is the second one tightened, are the bolts near the middle? If so I would just cut off the rear part and you shouldn't need to mod the handguard. You'd lose the qd mount, but just get the m-lok qd mount
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Unfortunately, the rear is what holds it in place. It locks on to the front lug at the same time the rr lines up with the sling swivel holes. Then you drive in their supplied roll pin. The first larger style pic'd works the same way, but uses a threaded long thin Allen head bolt instead of a roll pin. I may try myself, since I'm going to use the SLs on that very rifle soon. I have a rail M lock for the std side mount if I have too.
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 9:53:55 PM EST
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Unfortunately, the rear is what holds it in place. It locks on to the front lug at the same time the rr lines up with the sling swivel holes. Then you drive in their supplied roll pin. The first larger style pic'd works the same way, but uses a threaded long thin Allen head bolt instead of a roll pin. I may try myself, since I'm going to use the SLs on that very rifle soon. I have a rail M lock for the std side mount if I have too.
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Originally Posted By hipower90:
Originally Posted By sigboi:
I think that second style might fit barely, the first one probably not. How is the second one tightened, are the bolts near the middle? If so I would just cut off the rear part and you shouldn't need to mod the handguard. You'd lose the qd mount, but just get the m-lok qd mount


Unfortunately, the rear is what holds it in place. It locks on to the front lug at the same time the rr lines up with the sling swivel holes. Then you drive in their supplied roll pin. The first larger style pic'd works the same way, but uses a threaded long thin Allen head bolt instead of a roll pin. I may try myself, since I'm going to use the SLs on that very rifle soon. I have a rail M lock for the std side mount if I have too.


This is the one I ordered. You can install it either way, but I will have the longer part facing forward, and I'm hoping (but doubtful) that it'll clear the round opening on the SL. Worse case, I can grind off the first couple rails below the bayonet lug to fit it, as the securing bolt goes up vertically. For $15 w/ free shipping it's worth a try!

http://www.botach.com/kley-zion-952488-bayonet-lug-mount/

Link Posted: 12/31/2014 9:57:29 PM EST
I like that one. Looks the smallest, least bulk. And the cheapest. The 2nd one I have, was around $45.
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 10:07:47 PM EST
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I like that one. Looks the smallest, least bulk. And the cheapest. The 2nd one I have, was around $45.
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Yeah, some of those mounts can get up there, have you seen what a surefire light mount costs? Botach.com also has the front sight mount I have, for $15 also. I'm planning to put a laser there.
Link Posted: 12/31/2014 11:08:10 PM EST
I'm seriously considering going the SL handguard route when I do my SBR coming up in the near future. Hmmm
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Link Posted: 1/1/2015 12:23:39 PM EST
I'm a long time MOE handguard and PG user, but I decided to try the new MOE SL handguard and PG on my new pistol build:



I've always liked the MOE HG shape, but I think I like the SL shape better. I'll consider switching my main midlength over to SLs once they are released, but not having Foliage Green is going to suck. (I change my midlength's furniture between FDE and FG depending on season.)

The MOE SL grip is different. I like the more upright angle, but decided I didn't like the smaller size on the above pistol. I replaced it with a MOE K2 and moved the SL over to pistol #2:



I'm liking it better here.
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
Finally got the qd mount and sling, along with a front sight light/laser mount, I prefer to keep the rifle as "slim" as possible, didn't like side mounted lights. I tried putting a pistol light on there, it was kind of bulky. While it didn't bother the sight picture, having the bottom of the sight wider distracted me. I ordered a bayonet lug rail mount, planning to mount a tlr light w/ pressure switch to that, and a laser to the front sight mount with pressure switch. Does anyone make a switch that can turn both on or separately?

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What light mount is that?
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 5:00:43 PM EST
Botach I think.
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 5:09:08 PM EST
I like them a lot! Very slim (as the name says) and gives me just enough in front to get a good grip on the gun. It took me a bit to get used to the look but I'm happy with my purchase. I've only done the hand guard so far.
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 5:12:20 PM EST
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I like them a lot! Very slim (as the name says) and gives me just enough in front to get a good grip on the gun. It took me a bit to get used to the look but I'm happy with my purchase. I've only done the hand guard so far.
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CaptShiess, I think that setup looks awesome.
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CaptShiess, I think that setup looks awesome.
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Originally Posted By CaptShiess:
I like them a lot! Very slim (as the name says) and gives me just enough in front to get a good grip on the gun. It took me a bit to get used to the look but I'm happy with my purchase. I've only done the hand guard so far.
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CaptShiess, I think that setup looks awesome.


Thanks! It is a great shooter!
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 5:22:14 PM EST
The handguards are comfortable
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Originally Posted By sigboi:
Finally got the qd mount and sling, along with a front sight light/laser mount, I prefer to keep the rifle as "slim" as possible, didn't like side mounted lights. I tried putting a pistol light on there, it was kind of bulky. While it didn't bother the sight picture, having the bottom of the sight wider distracted me. I ordered a bayonet lug rail mount, planning to mount a tlr light w/ pressure switch to that, and a laser to the front sight mount with pressure switch. Does anyone make a switch that can turn both on or separately?

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I do like the grey color. Might have to swap out the FDE on my old beater/KISS Bushmaster.
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 7:45:15 PM EST
They need to come out with mid length SL handguards for the middy master race.
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 8:11:38 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hipower90:
Botach I think.
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Thanks!
Link Posted: 1/1/2015 8:21:40 PM EST
will these handgaurds work with the osprey416 piston rod system ?
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