Midwest Industries M-LOK Forend for Marlin Lever Action Rifles
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    Midwest Industries M-LOK Forend for Marlin Lever Action Rifles

    Saw this elsewhere and figured I would post it here for general interest:
    http://Midwest Industries M-LOK Fore... Action Rifles

    Not my kind of thing but I know how tranteruk is always posting how he likes this kind of stuff.
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    We've actually developed M-Lok forend panels as well. Originally designed for a customer and have sold/installed quite a few.

    http://www.rangerpointstore.com/shop...-installation/
    Ranger Point Precision (Houston, TX) - We design and manufacture performance firearm parts for Marlin Firearms, Henry Repeating Arms, Winchester, Steyr Arms pistols (Polymer stocks, trigger kits, medium loop levers and takedown screws, peep and fiber optic sights, Marlin 1894 extractors, picatinny scope mounts, dovetail fillers, flyweight loading gates, mag followers and more). rangerpointprecision.com Our new motorcycle parts division can be found at rppmoto.com

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    This is not for inserts but for a new forearm. Here's another link: Midwest Industries M-LOK Forend for Marlin Lever Action Rifles - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog
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    This would work great for mounting a light for nighttime hog hunts. I read that it is lighter than the stock wood forearm.
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    I actually have installed this rail onto my 45-70 Guide gun as seen in my thread about adding a muzzle device to a guide gun. It's very solid as long as you follow the directions supplied to the letter.
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    As I mentioned in that other thread you should consider a build thread under the tactical lever guns forum. Some of us dig stuff that is not the typical cold blued steel and walnut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingstrider View Post
    This is not for inserts but for a new forearm. Here's another link: Midwest Industries M-LOK Forend for Marlin Lever Action Rifles - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog
    Purchased a Midwest Industries handguard recently. Very nice indeed. Will be installing it on a custom-built Marlin in 10mm. Can't wait to get everything done and take photos to show the customer. The rifle is for a UK gentleman that wanted all the bells and whistles. Will post pics when we have it done in a week or two.
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    Ranger Point Precision (Houston, TX) - We design and manufacture performance firearm parts for Marlin Firearms, Henry Repeating Arms, Winchester, Steyr Arms pistols (Polymer stocks, trigger kits, medium loop levers and takedown screws, peep and fiber optic sights, Marlin 1894 extractors, picatinny scope mounts, dovetail fillers, flyweight loading gates, mag followers and more). rangerpointprecision.com Our new motorcycle parts division can be found at rppmoto.com

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    I would like to install one on the new 1895 Trapper, get it threaded for my SiCo Hybrid, mount up my ATN xsight and IR light, and go to work on some pigs with some subs. I just need to find a 1895 Trapper first....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOLAGT View Post
    I would like to install one on the new 1895 Trapper, get it threaded for my SiCo Hybrid, mount up my ATN xsight and IR light, and go to work on some pigs with some subs. I just need to find a 1895 Trapper first....
    Unless you are hung up on the painted stocks you could build your own: https://www.marlinowners.com/forum/45...ed-1895gs.html

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    Finished up our latest custom build using the Midwest Industries hand guard. Nice part but does take some work to get it fitted.

    ImageUploadedByOutdoor Forums1521834853.056058.jpg
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    Ranger Point Precision (Houston, TX) - We design and manufacture performance firearm parts for Marlin Firearms, Henry Repeating Arms, Winchester, Steyr Arms pistols (Polymer stocks, trigger kits, medium loop levers and takedown screws, peep and fiber optic sights, Marlin 1894 extractors, picatinny scope mounts, dovetail fillers, flyweight loading gates, mag followers and more). rangerpointprecision.com Our new motorcycle parts division can be found at rppmoto.com


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