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Thread: Testing the waters for RTP length AM/MM rail.

  1. #31
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    Damn, I think I said this a while back too. Would your milling be available on these rails?

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    Please review post number 1 for details.

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    i would be down to just buy an extruded style rail with no outside milling
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    That would not be a problem.

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    I realize these would be AM/MM style rails with variable length... but is there anything really prohibiting milling/tapping these for an RTP style sear and pin instead of the drop-in AM/MM style?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    That would not be a problem.
    will they resemble slugs?

    but AM/MM length?

    just making sure im on the same page.

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    No. That is not an Automag/Minimag rail, that there is an RTPro rail.

    An unmilled AM/MM rail will look exactly like the picture in post #1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus View Post
    but is there anything really prohibiting milling/tapping these for an RTP style sear and pin instead of the drop-in AM/MM style?
    Yes, there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Yes, there is.
    Out of curiosity, what is it? Width? Lack of material on the sides due to the wings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    No. That is not an Automag/Minimag rail, that there is an RTPro rail.

    An unmilled AM/MM rail will look exactly like the picture in post #1.
    gotcha,

    not interested in one of those.

    thankyou,
    KNM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus View Post
    Width? Lack of material on the sides due to the wings?
    Yep.

    See post #16

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    Figured you are looking at this so I'll put it here. Would you be willing to make the brackets part of a T2W stock? We would have to find our own actual "stock" part to attach but the bracket themselves could be made.

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    I'm sure I can make them if we can muster an order to make it worth the effort.
    I'm trying to keep this thread focused on AM/MM rails though.

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    I won't interrupt anymore with this. Just thought it was a good idea.

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    No problem. Start another thread and we'll see where it goes.

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    was this going to be available?

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    Really I was just testing the water for Automag rails and it pretty much looked like there was no interest, everyone seems to want RTP style rails. I have no problem doing them, but it's a big enough investment that I really need solid interest in the project, I'm not sure we got there. (???)

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