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John Hwang
27 January 2012, 10:06
The NSR handguard was designed with the goal of being the lightest and smallest free floating forend option to the M16 family of weapons. The width of the NSR handguard before accessories have been installed is only 1.48" The NSR handguard will be available for sale as standard equipment on our rifles and upper assemblies, as well as a separate component for sale to the public. On rifles and upper assemblies including the Vltor MUR upper receiver, the NSR handguard comes pinned to the upper receiver for perfect alignment of the 1913 top rails, and creates an anti-rotation interface with the upper receiver the same as our existing Lo-Pro offerings. We plan to offer this in 7", 9", 11", 13", and 16" lengths.

The KeyMod inter-locking rail system is a collaboration between Vltor Weapon Systems and Noveske Rifleworks. Separately, both companies were in development of their own systems, but later realizing that both systems were similar, a standardization of the KeyMod system came to be.

The KeyMod system offers a mounting platform for a variety of (future) accessories and components. The days of the Picatinny Rail (MIL-STD-1913) are numbered. The future of the direct mountable accessory is here and now. The KeyMod self-contained components/mounting hardware index and V-block onto the platform, achieving a secured and accurate hold to the system, while separate lugs take the recoil force off the fasteners. The pass through attachment method eliminates the need for loose screws and backing plates that can easily be lost, or difficult to install. Another advantage of the KeyMod system over the 1913 system is the direct attach eliminates the need for the 1913 system as a "middle Man" thereby reducing weight and accessory off-set from the center of the handguard.

Finally, in the near future, the direct-mount KeyMod components will include items such as, 1913 rail sections, polymer covers (in various lengths and colors), hand stops, QD-Sling Mounts, bipods, K9 barricade supports and more. Also, the NSR handguard system will have an optional heat shield which installs through the front and does not occupy any KeyMod holes. Please follow our website for future KeyMod developments.

http://album.weaponevolution.com/noveske/nsr/nsr-1.jpg (http://noveskerifleworks.com/cgi-bin/imcart/display.cgi?item_id=nsrhg&cat&page=1&search&since=45&status&title)

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http://album.weaponevolution.com/noveske/nsr/nsr-4.jpg (http://noveskerifleworks.com/cgi-bin/imcart/display.cgi?item_id=nsrhg&cat&page=1&search&since=45&status&title)

http://album.weaponevolution.com/noveske/nsr/nsr-5.jpg (http://noveskerifleworks.com/cgi-bin/imcart/display.cgi?item_id=nsrhg&cat&page=1&search&since=45&status&title)

http://album.weaponevolution.com/noveske/nsr/nsr-6.jpg (http://noveskerifleworks.com/cgi-bin/imcart/display.cgi?item_id=nsrhg&cat&page=1&search&since=45&status&title)

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See the Gear Scout Article by Stickman (http://militarytimes.com/blogs/gearscout/2012/01/18/noveske-nsr-11/)

NSR-11 $249 Retail

John Hwang
27 January 2012, 10:06
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2 April 2012, 17:11
I'm curious to know more about the mounting of this rail and the installation. The Noveske website (and excerpt above) mention that it will be pinned for anti-rotation and alignment of the top rail to the MUR and other upper receivers. Can someone expound on this?

How easy will it be to install this with a standard receivers? Will they need special drilling for the pin?

Thanks for the help!

PS I hope this is the proper place for the discussion... if not please move.

3 April 2012, 06:11
What are the specs of the rifle in the first post? Is it a 14.5 with the 13inch rail?

3 April 2012, 08:06
How easy will it be to install this with a standard receivers? Will they need special drilling for the pin?

You can use the handguard without the anti rotation pin, it's not needed but is a feature some people want so we use it on our rifles.

23 April 2012, 21:54
Any word on official weights for the different lengths Todd? Us oz counters want to know!

7 May 2012, 17:10
Have the 9" rails shipped out yet

John Hwang
10 May 2012, 09:12
We've only seen the 13"s so far. Others are in the works now.

2 February 2013, 15:21
May I know the barrel length of the AR in the picture?