01 June 2021

Not Equidistant

I'd mentioned a phenomenon with railed-forearms where it felt like gripping a coffee can in the History of Dottie.

The least coffee can like grip was the LaRue 15-9.  That's because the bottom and sides were closer to the barrel than the top rail.  Yankee Hill's offerings were all the same distance from the bore.

That had me worried with my A4 clone.

Turns out, it's build more like the LaRue than YHM.

You can also see the little claw that grabs under the barrel nut to secure the top portion of the rail, rather than solely relying on the delta-ring like a normal handguard does.

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