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Old 02-07-2013, 12:05 PM
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Default Airsoft replica rails on AR22

I've seen companies like troy, daniel defense and spikes have authorized replica rails. Has anyone used one of these for their AR22's?

I cant spend 250-300 bucks on the real deal that's going on a plinker.
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Old 02-07-2013, 3:20 PM
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I hear the material that madbull uses is just as good as their real counterparts. Its excellent quality stuff that I use on my airsoft guns. If its a 22 I think it should be alright. Just don't go with any manufacturer that casts their rails... and if I'm not mistaken... Madbull is the only legit manufacturer who CNCs their rails from T6-6061 aluminum. I work in the airsoft industry as a tech. A madbull rail will still cost you about 100 bucks. Why not just save the extra 100 and get a real rail?
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Old 02-07-2013, 3:35 PM
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btw i wonder if we can put in a lower kit in a GBB lower to covert the lower to shoot .22
as long as i dont transfer it to anyone is it okay? lol
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I've played Airsoft for many years. Many of the Airsoft guns are close in weight to the real thing. In all my years I've never seen a rail malfunction. Many of the high endairsoft rails are made of aluminum. The biggest issues may be fitting. Most Airsoft guns have the same specs as real one but not all. I would suggest calling Evike, Airsoft GI and Airsoft Extreme. I know a good number of their employees have real steel and can tell toy which Airsoft accessories work on real steel and which don't.
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