Yankee Hill Machine Free Float Tube Handguard Solid Quad Rail AR-15 Specter Length Aluminum Matte

Product #: 791063 Yankee Hill #: YHM-9477 UPC #: 816701012736
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The Yankee Hill Solid Quad rail is a free floating handguard with 4 picatinny rails. The Mil-Spec picatinny rail sections are perfect for mounting optics or accessories like vertical grips. The jam nut and anti-rotation screws ensure the rail does not move with hard use. The slot vents help to keep the barrel cool and reduce weight. This forend is compatible with handguard cap and sling mounting accessories sold separately. The handguard is machined from aircraft aluminum and has a black hard-coat anodized finish, the lock ring and anti-rotation screws are steel with a matte black finish.

Note:Specter length handguards are designed for use with low profile gas blocks on carbine length or mid-length gas systems. It will not work with standard gas block front sight assemblies. Technical Information :

  • 4 Mil-Spec Picatinny Rails
  • Aircraft Aluminum Construction
  • Hardcoat Anodized Finish
  • Steel Jam-Nut
  • 2 Anti-Rotation Screws
  • Accepts YHM end cap and sling mounts
  • Overall Length : 9.675"
  • Weight: 18.2 ounces
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