Quad Rail forearm for lever actions

Quad Rail forearm for lever actions

This is a discussion on Quad Rail forearm for lever actions within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Saw this at Wilson Tactical and it looks pretty cool. It would go well with a Mad Dog stock to make a tactical lever action. ...

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    Quad Rail forearm for lever actions

    Saw this at Wilson Tactical and it looks pretty cool. It would go well with a Mad Dog stock to make a tactical lever action. They are wanting comments if you would be interested so if you are you should shoot them an email.

    http://www.wilsontactical.com/gunsup...eraction.shtml


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    Nice. Needs some work for my taste, but they have a good idea.
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    Why ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White View Post
    Why ?
    hahaha, Great minds think alike.

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    once again.......why?

    this isnt tacticool.... its tacti-takingittoofar.
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    Looks like a huge foreend once panels are installed and I think a fore grip would just make the lever more difficult to operate. Bottom line, as said, WHY???
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    Yea, but no thanks. I don't really see any need for it, and yes it is ugly as hell.

    None of my lever actions are good for over 100 or 125 yds without severe drop, and I can see that far, and would prefer to shoot open sights even up to that distance.
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    I've seen several tacticool lever actions so I thought some might get a kick out of it. I think it looks funny, but could be better with some streamlining. Probably the only lever I will one is the one I'll inherit from my father and there is now way I'm changing a thing on it. Its a 16" Browning 44mag and has the most beautiful bluing and stain that I have ever seen.

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    I love lever actions and that was one ugly piece. I like wood on my levers not plastic. Develop a single rail on top for a small scout scop or acog type scope and maybe I would go for it but not that.

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    I think this one falls under the following, just because you can doesn't mean you should.

    +1 with Raevan on a top rail.

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    I was thinking of creating a patrol rifle from a lever action a few years ago, using a .44mag and a top rail for a acog type sight. I thought it would be a good pc alternative to a AR, but the guys did not want something so old fashioned. I thought that was a good idea, but that quad rail is pretty silly.

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    Way too "glommie".

    Would NEVER subject my levers to that embarassment. -------

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    Well, I'm an owner of a tacticool levergun, but that thing doesn't look like it'd be all that comfortable.
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    I like CombatEffective's lever gun... it would be combat effective. I think I'd ditch the scope for my purposes, but that is kinda neat.

    Who made the stock, and what caliber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    I like CombatEffective's lever gun... it would be combat effective. I think I'd ditch the scope for my purposes, but that is kinda neat.

    Who made the stock, and what caliber?
    It's .30-30, and the stock is made by Ramline. The scope is a Bushnell 1.5-5x32, and has a pretty wide view and allows for a quick sight aquisition. It is mounted with Leupold quick release mounts, which allow access to the iron sights if needed.

    I have considered switching out to ghost ring iron sights and a scout mounted scope.
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