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Colt-45
05-28-2012, 6:06 PM
Anyone know what brand railguards these are?

http://primaryweapons.com/store/pc/images/catbanner/u_banner.jpg

BucDan
05-28-2012, 6:20 PM
Looks like something from YHM or it is a rail from a company that doesn't do standalone rails for sale like PWS lol.

tomd1584
05-28-2012, 6:21 PM
considering you took the picture from PWS' website, i'd reckon they are their own handguard system.

from their website:

An innovative hand guard system utilizes a proprietary non-free float system that allows the end user or unit armorer to replace individual rails as needed without removing the barrel, barrel nut or even other rails. This system allows the user to attach numerous Picatinny rail-mounted devices such as sights, lights, and laser aiming devices.

Solidux
05-28-2012, 6:23 PM
those look like stippled FN railgaurds. they are usually on SCARs. pws has them on backwards though as they come latch front from the factory.

http://img573.imageshack.us/img573/6065/img4803a.jpg

LAL6
05-28-2012, 6:24 PM
http://www.outdoorgearbarn.com/p-32761-tango-down-6-fn-scar-rail-cover-fde.aspx
http://www.outdoorgearbarn.com/images/product/large/TDSC006FDE_1.jpg
Tango Down?

wildbill714
05-28-2012, 6:30 PM
These hand guards you posed are proprietary to the pws piston system. It doesn't use a traditional free float barrel, but don't let that sway you from using their rifles they are sub ammo with right ammo and have great customer service.

wildbill714
05-28-2012, 6:31 PM
Sorry mis read the post forgive my ignoranc :kest:

Colt-45
05-28-2012, 6:44 PM
Thanks guys and yes I meant rail guards not the rail itself.

considering you took the picture from PWS' website, i'd reckon they are their own handguard system.

from their website:
Rail guards not the rail it self.

m03
05-28-2012, 7:27 PM
They look like Tango Down SCAR rail panels/covers: http://tangodown.com/shop/index.php?cPath=25

hossb7
05-28-2012, 7:40 PM
Tangodown SCAR panels are probably some of the best that I've owned. They stay put, have excellent grip and are easy to install/remove.

For those calling them stupid, can you please expand on your experience and explain your opinion? Thanks.