Wilson Combat Introduces TRIM Free-Float AR Rail
February 07, 2011
Wilson Combat has introduced the T.R.I.M. (Tactical Rail Interface, Modular) free-floating rail system for AR-type rifles.
Machined from aircraft aluminum with a Mil-Spec hard-anodized finish, the T.R.I.M. rail handguard and interface arrives with an anti-rotational mounting system. The nitrocarburized 4130 steel barrel attachment nut reduces heat transfer, according to Wilson Combat.
The rail system's attachment points enable the end-user to quickly position the supplied modular Picatinny rail panel on the attached interface in pre-specified locations. A generous inside diameter of 1.47 inches accepts low-profile gas blocks and many of the available piston gas systems.
Integral push-button Q.D. sling swivel attachment points are located on both sides of the T.R.I.M. to enhance sling-mounting versatility.
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