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    Luke's Rails

    Rail Prices:
    $75 Cash or USPS Money Order (Shipped:USA only)
    $85 PayPal (Shipped: USA Only)

    RTP Armada-L (order by name)
    Machined from 6061 Billet
    Uses RTP sear and ASA
    Matches AGD RTP Rail Length (9.1")
    Machined from 6061 Billet
    Full ULE
    Forgrip Slot
    No Pump Milling Available
    (4 available)

    Armada-L RHS


    Armada-L LHS


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    RTP Slimline
    Machined from 6061 Billet
    weighs 3 ounces
    Non pump milled
    (14 available)




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    OUT OF STOCK 9/8/14
    AM Beta-LC
    Machined from 6061 Billet
    Non Pump Milled
    Universal body mount.
    Universal ASA Slot
    This design is slightly different than the other I've machined. Slightly different profile, ribbed back, and narrower than the others. Was going for subtle changes for a visual distinction than the others.
    Very light, 2.1 ounces
    (1 Available)




    Last edited by luke; 09-08-2014 at 10:21 AM.

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    how about the ones you have on your web site? I really want a Rt classic style so i can use the sight rail but on a diet lol. but other kinds that i could use the sight rail on i would like

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    Pm sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by RT Lover View Post
    how about the ones you have on your web site? I really want a Rt classic style so i can use the sight rail but on a diet lol. but other kinds that i could use the sight rail on i would like
    I dont offer any rails that you can still use the sight rail on.

    I would like to keep this thread on subject, please pm me with questions not associated with this project, thanks.

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    This is just a milling service correct? What are the differences between a AM rail and an RTP rail?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrus-the-virus View Post
    This is just a milling service correct? What are the differences between a AM rail and an RTP rail?

    Thanks.
    Not a service these are machined from billet.
    The automag version uses automag parts, sear and asa.
    RTP uses RTP sear and asa.
    AM version is ready to ship today.

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    Are these shipped Raw, or can we get them anno'd black?

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    Sorry I dont offer anno, ships raw.

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    Do you have any actual pictures of the AM rail? Final weight? Is it the same price for the RTP style?

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    The AM Ultralight rail came out at 1.7 ounces.
    I think the CAD is the best way to see the shape but here you go>

    [IMG][/IMG]
    Last edited by luke; 02-22-2014 at 11:05 PM.

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    Is the 'B' choice, the 9.1" length rail? Where I can run a Z-grip w/ a bike grip without using a extension?

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    No those are 8", sorry.
    I never started the other project, does not look like there was much interest.

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    sent you a PM.. interested in a rail

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    I'll take "C" if you still have it.

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    Just received the Ultra Light rail today. It is exactly as it's name states. Thanks!
    Last edited by kjcent; 01-31-2014 at 07:28 PM.

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    just got my UL rail in today... looks fantastic and the work is top notch...

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    Thanks.

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    Pm'd about RTP Armada-L.

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    I'll take a RTP Armada-L.

    With the length of this rail, I can run a Z-Grip w/ with a bike grip, correct?
    Last edited by TyeStick; 02-05-2014 at 02:39 AM.

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    I may pick up an armada rtp length with warp left notch

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyeStick View Post
    I'll take a RTP Armada-L.

    With the length of this rail, I can run a Z-Grip w/ with a bike grip, correct?
    Yes

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    I will take an RTP length Armada rail. PM sent

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    The RTP Armada-L rails are completed and ready to ship!
    Get-em before they're gone, it will probably be awhile before I do another run.

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    I'll take a RTP Armada-L. PM sent

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    Pardon the noob question, I haven't used a mag in a while but doing some build projects. What is the difference between the pump milled and non? Just trying to figure out which rail is best for me. Thanks...sorry

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    Pump milled if you're building a pump marker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Rails come out at 1.7 ounces.
    I think the CAD is the best way to see the shape but here you go>

    [IMG][/IMG]

    RTP style will be the same price but is not read to ship. Plus it will be a little heavier then the AM version.
    I know it wouldn't be worth your time to do it,
    but to be able to make this pump capable with the pump rod mostly on the outside would be pretty cool

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    I have actually thought about doing a rail with an exposed pump rod, however that design would be hard to mimic because the pump ramp takes up more room in the middle than what is available with that basic shape. But I do think an exposed rod would in fact work.

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