Diamondhead Vrs-t Free Float 556 Keymod Handguard Black 13.5
Diamondhead’s innovative VRS T-308L Free Floating Handguards - with a threaded 1913 Picatinny rail attachment system - offer an uninterrupted rail extension & handguard in perfect alignment with the host weapon’s flat top receiver. The VRS T-308L replaces the factory delta ring and utilizes a proprietary Diamondhead barrel nut. The VRS T-308L Free Floating Handguard System provides excellent flexibility of use when adding Diamondhead’s accessory rails and bumpers (sold separately) for the required Picatinny rail-mounted accessories. Lengths: 10.25" 2351 13.5" 2352 15.0" 2353
Pair the VRS T-308 with the Diamondhead T-Brake (7.62mm) for optimal muzzle compensation & appearance.
. Designed to give a factory installed appearance to the rifle . Proprietary replacement barrel nut included with rail that allows ?for easy installation and elimination of barrel nut timing issues . Mounts on barrels with low profile gas block, or can replace ?fixed front sight (using basic punch & hammer) with a low profile gas ?block (not included) . Sturdy, lightweight free float design . Improves accuracy and provides exceptional airflow to ?keep barrel cooler . Comfortable rounded ?triangular shape . Flush mounted top rail giving a monolithic appearance . Configured for Mil. Std. 1913 Picatinny rail dimensions . Lightning-fast configuration changes . Uninterrupted mounting surface for optics or ?other accessories . Improves comfort and ease of shooting while allowing for ?personal modification with rail accessories (rails & bumpers) . Customize for specific applications . Add more rails as additional accessories are needed . Mix full length and short rails and bumpers to suit . Proprietary clamping system for rigid, secure attachment . Mil. Spec. Type III anodized 6061 aluminum construction . Combat durable
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