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Old 11-28-2020, 06:43 PM
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Hello... I wanted to put some rubber grips on my SR-22 on the hand guard that goes around the barrel. Can anyone show me which ones will fit? I some some UTG brand on Amazon, but I don't know if they will fit. If you can post a link, I'd be forever grateful.
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Old 03-16-2021, 08:47 AM
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I've never seen a product to add rubber gripping surface to the SR hand guard.

The large round holes might allow for a pass-thru style grommet, kind of like Troy's squid grip for their own hand guards.
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I've never seen a product to add rubber gripping surface to the SR hand guard.

The large round holes might allow for a pass-thru style grommet, kind of like Troy's squid grip for their own hand guards.
+1 I have no idea what the op is asking about? I can't imagine they would make anything out of rubber that goes over the top of the barrel. I mean they could, just not sure what purpose it would serve.....?
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They are called rail guards. They attach to a picatinny rail. I found them at iron eagle tactical. Sorry I didn't know exactly what to call them.
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They are called rail guards. They attach to a picatinny rail. I found them at iron eagle tactical. Sorry I didn't know exactly what to call them.
Oh, you meant the rail under the forend. That makes a little more sense. I would have sent you one for free.
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Old 03-20-2021, 08:57 AM
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OK.

Yeah I have rubber ladder style rail covers on the full length top rails on both of my SRs, but I only have a short rail on the bottom, for a sling and bi-pod mount.

Glad you got it sorted out. Enjoy
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I think that the majority of these rail covers are the same except for the way they are secured to the rail
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