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    Question about a rail

    I have what was described as a "Factory" Ultra light rail. It's RT lenght and is very hollowed out. Can anyone tell some of the history behind this rail? Thanks
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    Do you have a pic?

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    As far as I know AGD never did an "Ultra Light" rail.

    Could be my Ultra Light rail design milled on a factory stock rail.

    Post a picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    As far as I know AGD never did an "Ultra Light" rail.

    Could be my Ultra Light rail design milled on a factory stock rail.

    Post a picture.
    AGD most certainly did do an ULE rail for the Emag. I have a bunch of them here.
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    Both my tequila sunrise emags are factory ule'd also.

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    Yeah, I've run across a few myself. The only ones I've seen personally have been on Emag rails though.

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    I didn't know AGD ever ule milled any rail...

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    Here is my emag rail, it still has all the laser engraved warnings on the bottom. Runamok is this similar to what you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arstron View Post
    Here is my emag rail, it still has all the laser engraved warnings on the bottom. Runamok is this similar to what you have?

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    I believe I have the Factory barrel for this gun...

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    Thanks Guys that is good info and yes mine is very similar to the E-Mag rail but without the wings. I gotta find my cam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runamok View Post
    Thanks Guys that is good info and yes mine is very similar to the E-Mag rail but without the wings. I gotta find my cam.
    I'm pretty sure there were some Tac One barrels like that.

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    Here it is







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    That's definitely a Tac One rail, one made for longbow/qbow setups. I've had one exactly like that before. I never could figure out what the black epoxy material was though, or .. why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus View Post
    That's definitely a Tac One rail, one made for longbow/qbow setups. I've had one exactly like that before. I never could figure out what the black epoxy material was though, or .. why?
    The epoxy looks like it fills a pocket that was milled out in front of the sear assembly similar to the small pocket behind the sear assembly. Because there is nothing else open to that pocket, any gaps at the edge of the grip frame and the rail would allow debris to accumulate in the pocket. It may also help provide a larger stable surface to fasten the grip frame against rather than having an empty hole.
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