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    quick Q about sight rails

    Are the E-mag and RT Classic sight rails the same?

    thanks.

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    technically, yes. however, the rt classic sight rail is dust black, and the emag sight rail is gloss black. at least, that's what mine are.

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    I agree

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    great, thanks.

    I was more worried about hole spacing for bolting to rails, so if colour is the only difference, it's all good.

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    rt pro is different from rt classic. they are thin stainless steel not aluminum. i have no idea if they interchange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    rt pro is different from rt classic. they are thin stainless steel not aluminum. i have no idea if they interchange.
    he wasn't talking about the rt pro though, he was talking about the rt classic and emag sight rails. although they would fit just fine; you just use button head bolts instead of flat head bolts. the rail width where the sight rail attaches is the same on the rt classic / rt pro / emag (1.25").

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    These guys got you covered. Just make sure you have the correct screws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    These guys got you covered. Just make sure you have the correct screws.
    just ordered those myself last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyco-Dude View Post
    he wasn't talking about the rt pro though, he was talking about the rt classic and emag sight rails. although they would fit just fine; you just use button head bolts instead of flat head bolts. the rail width where the sight rail attaches is the same on the rt classic / rt pro / emag (1.25").
    yea, I caught that after I posted,

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