M4 RAS Seconds

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  • Model: P/N: 98064S
  • Shipping Weight: 2lbs
  • Manufactured by: Knight's Armament Company

The KAC M4 RAS (Rail Adapter System) was developed for use on the US military’s M4 Carbine, and with over 1 million rails issued to date, it is one of the most battle proven designs available for the AR-15 platform. This non-free float handguard is a simple-to-install, drop-in upgrade that features genuine Mil-Spec M1913 Picatinny Rails along its entire length. What sets the M4 RAS apart from other 2-piece quad rails on the market is that it securely locks to the rifle’s barrel nut via a clamp and screw arrangement, making it a very solid foundation upon which to mount tactical accessories. Includes three KAC 11 Rib Rail Panels.

These KAC M4 RAS Seconds are functionally identical to our “Firsts,” but may have slight blemishes. These blemishes can come in the form of small scratch, slightly darker or lighter anodizing, or a tiny ding. In many cases a M4 RAS Second is indistinguishable from a “First.”

Specifications:
  • Length: 6.25”
  • Weight: 8.9 oz
  • Free Float: No
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Finish: Black Anodizing

Rifle Requirements: The M4 RAS is a drop-in replacement part for standard, 2-piece polymer, M4-type handguards. The rifle must have a carbine length gas system, delta ring assembly, fixed front sight/gas block, and round handguard end cap. Lighter barrel profiles work best (M4 or Government contours). Heavier barrel contours may require modification to the inside of the rail. For AR-15/SR-15 based platforms only; not compatible with SR-25 variants. Installation instructions are included.

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 23 October, 2009.

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