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Old 01-13-2013, 03:06   #1
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Spikes Tactical quad rails?

Hey I just got my first AR last month (Armalite M14A2) and Im looking for a FF rail for it (mid length). I know there are a million rail threads on here but none I could find that answers my question. Looking for the lightest I can get and it looks like the Spikes SAR is it. Besides that I was looking at the Daniel Defense M4 rail. I know that DD makes top quality rails but I dont know much about Spikes. Cost isnt really a huge issue but of course it does play a part and the Spikes is cheaper too. So its cheaper and lighter then the DD... is the DD still worth the extra money? And no the gun wont see rugged use unless SHTF but I still want good stuff on it. Also, the only advantage to a 2 piece like the omega rail is easier install right? I feel like a 1 piece would always be stronger and less prone to movement.
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