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    Introducing the Centurion Arms C4 M-LOK® Rail

    [ Morgantown, Indiana -- ]

    Centurion Arms LLC is happy to announce the C4 M-LOK® Rail.

    The M-LOK® C4 rail system is based off the patented quad rail version. It is a lightweight, rugged, 2-piece free float rail that when installed gives the uppers a continuous 12 o’clock rail and M-LOK® slots for the 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions. The C4 system is the lightest and most rigid rail that clamps to a standard barrel nut on all AR15, M4, and M16 type weapons systems. This design allows the installation of the rail on an upper assembly without removing the front sight post or permanently attached muzzle devices.

    Features:
    - Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum
    - Finish: Type 3 hard coat anodized
    - Rails: 1913 spec rail
    - Fasteners: Grade 8 bolts, phosphate finished
    - QD sling swivels front and rear on both sides
    - MADE IN USA

    Price:
    C4 M-LOK Rail (Carbine Cut) - $280.00
    (Intro Price $238.00) Pre-Order, Shipping by Mid-March
    C4 M-LOK Rail (12in) - $310.00
    (Intro Price $263.50) Available NOW
    C4 M-LOK Rail (Mid Cut) - $320.00
    (Intro Price $272.00) Pre-Order, Shipping by Mid-March
    C4 M-LOK Rail (12in FSP) - $350.00
    (Intro Price $297.50) Pre-Order, Shipping by Mid-March

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    Damn.... nice addition to their line up!

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    About 3 oz less is the excuse I’m using to get the new carbine cut. The only teeny downsides are a little less side mounting length and I suppose my old-school grip won’t work.

    Here is a pic of the old quad version to compare. DD cut-out bonus - a bit taller and narrower. Fits my hands perfectly. Hoping the indented C4 M-LOK sides feel as comfy.

    “What in the world is a moderate interpretation of a constitutional text? Halfway between what it says and what we'd like it to say?" -Antonin Scalia

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