quad rail

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SOCOM II

The second version of the SOCOM 16, the SOCOM II simply added a quad rail for mounting more accessories. Sometimes called the Cheese Grater for the amount of rail space available, it seems like the original idea of added ergonomics becomes nullified by the added weight. The rifle becomes quite front heavy when you over-accessorize since all of the rails are forward of the action. (GRH)

anonymous asked:

what do you love indevidually about all of your quads?

Okay. My rails first, i think
I l♢ve Azazel. He wags his tail when he sees me and when we snuggle he always holds me super close and i love it so much. I love the progress he is making with his health, and im so proud of him for it.
I l♢ve Sahnny. I love when he sings or hums to me when im having a panic attack or crying, and how he rocks his wig and dresses. I love how tightly i can hold him and how i can just encase him in myself.

I love Kurloz. I love how thoughtful he is and how all he wants to do is make me happy, even if its when hes happy im happy. I love how he takes me out and even when its the simple things.
I love Jack. I love when he leaves me shinies in the morning for me to find, and when we hold hands and watch movies. I love when he comes hive at night and spoons against me to sleep.
I love Fonzie. I love how he stands up for his friends, and how stubborn he is about his image. I love how he respects all his mates and makes them all feel loved.
I love Crom. I love how we relate to each other, and how we can talk about things that we normally cant. I love how lovingly he displays his affection.

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SOCOM II

Springfield Armory’s shortened M1A, the SOCOM II differs from the SOCOM 16 only because of a factory quad rail. The one in the photos has the Troy CQB chassis which adds an AR-15 grip and stock, as well as a full length rail for optics. It does increase the weight of the rifle quite a bit, something most people have complained about as the main flaw. (GRH)

Colt LE901-16S

A 7.62x51mm/.308 direct impingement AR from Colt. What makes it unique among the rest of the crowd is the conversion kit that allows you to use a 5.56x45mm/.223 AR-15 upper. The 901 has some proprietary parts such as the bolt carrier, trigger group pins and charging handle. It’s been out on the market for a few years but has been replaced by the more modular M.A.R.C 901-16SE series. The latter does away with the bulky quad rail and is 1 lb lighter. (GRH)