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    Help with a milled rail...

    I am not sure if this should be in Tech section or here, so mods move if I inappropriately posted here. I bought a Tac 1 body and rail combo which was milled significantly. The previous owner used Emag lowers, so the milling you see in the pictures didn't matter to him. I want to put a vertical CA adapter for a foregrip and don't know what to do. Any suggestions? Thanks.





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    Doesn’t look promising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Doesn’t look promising.
    No it does not look good at all. Tape off the bottom and fill it with epoxy then re-drill the hole.
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    Best I can think of is to have one of the machinests here clean up the dremal work. Make a filler block that has mounting holes in it then pin or screw that block in from the sides of the rail. That is if there is enough material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunaman
    No it does not look good at all. Tape off the bottom and fill it with epoxy then re-drill the hole.
    When you say epoxy, do you mean like the JB weld stuff that hardens like concrete? I was thinking about that, just wasn't sure if it would last.

    Also, Tuna did you get my email regarding the RT Sear and Pin? Thanks.

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    there's this stuff called quicksteel i bought from an auto store, similar to jb weld but more like putty, it's tappable and pretty strong.
    tho cleaning that up and fitting a block of aluminum, n usin a few small screws may hold up to abuse better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th
    Best I can think of is to have one of the machinests here clean up the dremal work. Make a filler block that has mounting holes in it then pin or screw that block in from the sides of the rail. That is if there is enough material.
    That's a good possibility if he wants to spend the money.


    madmatt151, PM me if this is something you want to do.

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