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Anyone know how to source a ruger mlok rail for a 566?

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Old November 15th, 2019, 12:05 PM   #1
 
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Anyone know how to source a ruger mlok rail for a 566?

Does ruger sell these retail? I'd like to re-upper my ar556 - I like the looks of the rail on the pistol/mpr. I've looked online but came up empty. Any know where to get one?



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Old November 16th, 2019, 08:09 AM   #2
 
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Its highly unlikely that you will be able to find the factory m-lok handguard for the 556-mpr available separate. One suggestion is to look on ebay from time to time and see if anyone has a take-off available after they have changed theirs. But most likely you will be forced to settle for a third party handguard. Ruger has a bad habit of coming out with a new firearm and then a few months later coming out with an "upgraded" version that makes everyone who bought the first offering regret their purchase. I myself am in a large group of individuals waiting patiently for Ruger to release the new m-lok handguard for the PC carbine separately, but i don't think that will happen.
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