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Daniel Defense Introduces 9-Inch Modular Float Rail

April 13, 2012  | 

Photo: Daniel Defense
Photo: Daniel Defense

Daniel Defense has introduced a 9-inch version of its Modular Floar=t Rail (MFR) primarily offered on Daniel Defense's DDM4 V7 in a 12-inch version, according to the company.

The 9-inch MFR offers lighter weight, modularity, a continuous uninterrupted top rail, and three adjustable 3-inch Picatinny rail sections at the three, six, and nine o'clock positions.

The 12-inch and 9-inch MFR has an outside diameter of 1.76 inches and an inner diameter of 1.61 inches. The total weight of the 9-inch MFR is 13.39 ounces.

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