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Fortis REV II Free Float Rail System Handguard 6.7" Continuous Picatinny Top Rail - REVII7ML
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Fortis REV II Free Float Rail System Handguard 6.7" Continuous Picatinny Top Rail - REVII7ML

Regular Price $157.95 Special Price $150.05
SKU 516551634919
Model Number REVII7ML
Brand Fortis Manufacturing
UPC 855476008100
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Product Details


  • AR15 Free Float Rail
  • MLOK Compatible
  • Continuous top rail
  • Inside Diameter 1.340 Overall Length 6.7


Fortis Manufacturing's REV II AR-15 M-LOK Handguard is an extremely lightweight yet robust free floating rail system. When designing the REV, Fortis didn't want just another rail system, they wanted a better, lighter, feature-rich handguard that was robust and within budget. Fortis managed to reduce as much weight as possible while maintaining strength by utilizing a 1-piece body design. M-LOK cutouts are added to the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions for modularity and additional weight savings. The REV II's unique mounting system attaches to a standard AR-15 barrel nut (not included) for quick and easy installation. The REV II is compatible with both direct impingement and piston operating systems, and features anti-rotation tabs for added stability. Barrel nut not included.


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