accessory rail question.

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  1. Wolfwood

    Wolfwood Self Appointed Board Chauvinist TGT Supporter

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    So, does such an animal as universal picatinny rails exist? im thinking liek clamp on /screw on accessory rails that you can slap on pretty much any standard or synthetic stock?
    i like the idea of rackspace on ym rifle, but it doesnt have any tactical aftermarket accesories except a pointless slip over muzzle brake...
     


  2. frijolero817

    frijolero817 Member

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    You can get pieces of picatinny rail for low cost at any online gun shop, and I think they were under 20 bucks at brownell's or CTD. You can screw them on. Just curious; I googled YM rifle and got alot of different rifles from ar-15 to yugo. What is it that you have?
     
  3. Buckles

    Buckles Active Member

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    i think he meant to say "my rifle", not "YM"
     
  4. frijolero817

    frijolero817 Member

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    Good observation.
     
  5. mclarenross

    mclarenross Member

    Here.

    12" of uncut, un-contoured, Picatinny rail. Look in their store they also have different heights.
     
  6. Wolfwood

    Wolfwood Self Appointed Board Chauvinist TGT Supporter

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    lol yeah i meant 'my' rifle.
    i was refering to my Remington 597 in .22 LR
    excellent rifle.
    just no aftermarket stuff. only thing i found that is made for it that i though was worth it, is the 30 rd mag. feeds perfectly with remington gold value bricks

    thanks for the tips guys.
    screwing stuff onto a synthetic stock isnt a big deal is it?
     
  7. frijolero817

    frijolero817 Member

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    It shouldn't be a problem, just make sure you aren't going to hit anything, and I would drill a pilot hole and try using a screw that is as short as possible that will still hold the rail in place and you should be good.
     

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