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Thread: AM/MM Beta Rail (RTPro length)

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    AM/MM Beta Rail (RTPro length)

    I machined this prototype today, pictures aren't the best, sorry.
    Warp ready, slotted like the Armada's for the foregrip.
    2.3 ounces so it pretty light.
    I can make a few of these pretty quick if anyone wants one.
    I have a few stacks of AM/MM slug rails that are 1" wide but only a few wide enough to make these. (Lots of RTP slugs left)










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    Stop it! Stop it! I just got my Armada, I can't afford another rail at this time. Quit showing off these beautiful new rails.Please,I need my lunch money for lunch!
    I took the road least traveled...now where the hell am I ?

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    I can't tell, are there wings?

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    How much? I would love this rail looks so badass.. I need one to go along with my mini vert frame that I am making a pnue frame? please cheep so I can g

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    can I please have it!!!! please!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Zilcho View Post
    I can't tell, are there wings?
    No wings, this was machined for my slug rails not an AGD rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteN0ise View Post
    can I please have it!!!! please!!!!
    It's yours, hit me with a PM and I'll set you up with an invoice.

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    Interested in one, did I miss the price?

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    I'll take one.

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    i am interested in one

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    Pms, sent...

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    Anyone else want one before I get these few started?

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    I take it these are to thin to be pump milled?

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    WAY too thin! The design is based around the idea of a notch-less warp rail. It's impossible to cover every base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    WAY too thin! The design is based around the idea of a notch-less warp rail. It's impossible to cover every base.
    I think you can do it.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    Asked for this months ago and now it's being made after I quit mags. Thanks Luke.

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    Well it's been ask for far longer than that if it's any consolation.

    It was not possible until I made the slug rails.

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