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    Talking $30 carbine quad rails

    there is a fellow on amazon/com selling cheap quad rails.

    i bought a set for $30 shipped. there labeled under the omega brand.

    not too shabby for $25 not counting shipping. real t7075, t-marked and so on.

    no covers and they don't actually float as the hook into the front HG end cap.

    if one is looking for a cheap way to go all mall-ninja, this is the hook-up.

    he does have some for mid-length for $35 i didn't see any rifle length--but he may have some.

    there is a rumor these are made in the USA--but this cheap i don't see how-


    there not as easy to install as one would think--no instructions--LOL
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    You got a linky?

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    Looks just like the one I have. Sturdy, well made. I cant recall the manufacturer. I was thinking UTG,but I could be wrong.
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    i bought one of these at a gun show last fall for $40. thought it was decent for the price. fit on my m4 nice and tight. its held up for more than a year now. im pretty sure it isnt made in the US, the box it came in looked super cheap and i recall seeing china somewhere.

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    i don't know where these were made --my guess would be Taiwan. the set i got has no stampings of any kind or any writing on them besides the T-marks.

    the box is just a plain white box no writing of any kind on it. no paper work, no nothing.

    they do seem pretty good for the money though.

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    I had a pair, they are nice for the price. They are made in china, and not sure on the material but I had a mid-length one that I had to cut some taps off of and I ended up burning through 2 cut-off wheels. So it's some tough stuff.

    I've bought a few things from the seller to, but no longer do. Had a issue with a special order and after several excuses ended up getting a refund 2weeks later.

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