Daniel Defense Omega X 12.0 FSP Free Float Tube Handguard Quad Rail AR-15 Extended Carbine Length Aluminum Black

Product #: 944140 Daniel Defense #: DD-10005 UPC #: 852548002639
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The Daniel Defense Omega X Rail is a 2-piece, Free Floating AR-15 Handguard featuring an uninterrupted top rail platform and extremely durable construction comprised of CNC-Machined 6061-T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum with a Type III Hard Coat Anodized Finish. The Omega X provides a rock solid quad rail platform that is ideal for attaching tactical accessories, yet it remains trim and lightweight, with an oval shape to feel like traditional handguards and maintain the lively, nimble handling characteristics that define the AR platform. The 12.0 FSP configuration features a cutout in the top rail to accommodate a carbine length gas system and fixed front sight base, while also providing a full length handguard for greater versatility. Comes complete with set of integral, ambidextrous, limited rotation QD sling swivel attachment points.

Technical Information:
  • Length: 12.42"
  • Width: 1.90"
  • Weight: 14.6 oz
  • Inside Diameter: 1.08"
  • Gas System Compatibility: Carbine
  • Free Float: Yes
  • Includes Barrel Nut Wrench

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