I dont own a S&W MP 15 but i do shoot one and i think it's a fine rifle.
how do you like them Troy Rails? i have been considering several different rails system for mine but im not sure i want to spend that much for the Troy or DD 7.0Well... since folks are postin' pics & gettin' into mods.. I'll bite - why not, eh?
Here's a shot from this past Sunday when I brought it home (bone stock). The shop couldn't locate the included S&W Rail Covers, so they're ordering a fresh set from the factory for me.
I've since then - 2 days later, right? - added a TangoDown BattleGrip and an EOTech 512.A65 (R.F; Sept. 07). Haven't taken it out yet... still a virgin.
if money is a consideration you can add a nice set of YHM mid length FF rails for under $150 them troys are twice as much.Nice. Im retrospect, I wish I had shelled out the extra bucks for the "T" model. But the county doesn't pay me that much and I had to eat a lot of Ramen noodles to get ny "A" model. Eventually there will be a railed fore-arm on mine and hopefully a can.
Yes, the rails are free-floating and really thin-profiled compared to others like DD or those huge 6-rail POF's.how do you like them Troy Rails? i have been considering several different rails system for mine but im not sure i want to spend that much for the Troy or DD 7.0
are those the FF rails.
They are part of the Anti-roll pin kit. Not too awfully important to have on a semi-auto gun, but just some added security to keep pins from walkin' out or rollin/widening the pin wholes in the reciever. Plus, it just looks tacti-cool ( a bad reason).BTW, what's that little ambi-thingamajig over your trigger for?
C'mon man - That's never a bad reason! Zombies respect style points too, ya know... Plus, it just looks tacti-cool ( a bad reason).