A Picatinny rail folding stock is an ideal way to expand the capabilities of their firearm, providing reliable support with minimal installation hassle. Durable and versatile in its compatibility range of accessories.
The Strike Dual Folding Adapter (DFA) is a folding brace explicitly designed to work with rifles and registered Short-Barreled Rifles (SBRs) that mounts directly to a 1913 Picatinny rail interface on the rear 1913 Picatinny rail interfaces.
The Picatinny rail is a standard platform for mounting accessories.
The Picatinny rail is a standard platform for attaching accessories to firearms. Developed by the military and now widely used on various weapons, its series of ridges and notches allows attaching weapon sights, flashlights, laser sights, scopes, grips, and other accessories. They are commonly compared with Weaver rail systems, which also enable mounting accessories, but differ significantly in how they connect to guns as well as the amount of flexibility each offers.
Picatinny rails can be found on various weapons and are widely utilized within law enforcement circles. Constructed from aluminum or steel alloy, it is designed to withstand rigorous use while remaining as durable as possible. They come in an assortment of colors and finishes; many come anodized for protection from corrosion.
Selecting the proper Picatinny rail mount is crucial to choosing an effective firearm, as this will impact its handling, balance, and weight distribution. Furthermore, it must be compatible with existing accessories; if unsure which rail system would best meet these criteria, consult your firearms manufacturer or local gun store for advice.
Before installing a Picatinny rail, first ensure the surface is free from dirt, grease, or oil that could inhibit adhesion. Next, apply a light coat of spray paint to ensure adhesion before proceeding with the installation process. You should also ensure the rail aligns appropriately with your rifle receiver before continuing the installation process.
The Lage 1913 left folding stock is an ideal accessory for rifles equipped with rear Picatinny rails. Constructed of an aluminum fold-up mechanism and polymer stock material, as well as featuring a QD sling mount, it makes an excellent tactical option and can withstand harsh conditions. Furthermore, its push-button hinge allows it to fold either left or right and locks securely when closed – perfect for tactical use and built to withstand harsh environments. Furthermore, this stock can easily attach to any rifle equipped with Picatinny rail receivers mounted on its receivers for seamless integration onto any rifle equipped with rear Picatinny rail mounted receivers on its receiver.
It is durable
The Picatinny rail is a highly versatile mounting system for firearm accessories. Configured as a series of flat sections and slots that allow accessories to slide onto, then tighten down and lock into place, this innovative mounting solution was first created in 1992 before becoming MIL-STD-1913 approved in 1995. Built to withstand extreme temperatures while remaining user-friendly, it allows you to mount your rifle securely.
M-LOK (Military-Lotus Key) system has recently grown increasingly popular over the Picatinny rail while remaining durable and cost-effective to produce. Production costs for M-LOK systems require fewer raw materials and machining compared to Picatinny rail production, while their flexible attachment positions offer additional customization opportunities on firearms.
Midwest Industries side folding fixed stocks are an excellent way to enhance any rifle or registered short-barreled rifle (SBR). Attaching it directly to any gun with a rear Picatinny rail is simple and features a fully metal design with a comfortable textured butt-plate and QD sling socket at the top rear, and it can even function as a pistol brace!
Strike Industries also offers the Dual Folding Adapter (DFA). This folding brace can be used in a variety of applications, from bipod and sling mounting to flashlight mounting and flashlight aiming. Its M-LOK rail allows users to change the angle of a Picatinny rail easily.
Shooters looking to add additional accessories to their rifles should consider using this rear Picatinny rail adapter, which can be attached easily and lightweight to an AR15 or AK variant with an M-LOK handguard. Mounting accessories on it is simple, making for an effortless shooting experience.
The Picatinny rail system has become one of the most widely used mounting systems for accessories in military and law enforcement environments. Developed as an upgrade from Weaver rails and named after Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, where its concept began, it consists of slots and flat sections designed to hold various accessories, including lasers, flashlights, and even infrared illuminators.
It is easy to install
The Picatinny rail folding stock is an invaluable upgrade for rifles. It can be used for numerous applications, from adding sling mounts or accessories to easily be removed and reinstalled without using tools – making it perfect for tactical rifles and pistols alike. Available in two lengths with tapered designs for tighter fits under recoil.
This stock is composed of glass-reinforced nylon, making it stronger than aluminum and more comfortable to shoot in extreme temperatures. Furthermore, its Picatinny rail mounting system makes it compatible with virtually all devices featuring Picatinny mounts – from scope rings and ACOG bases to laser mounts and more!
To install the stock, first remove the top cover and recoil spring from your rifle. Next, detach and reattach the front sight before installing a KNS Picatinny rail adapter and installing KNS stock adapters as follows: Remove the front sight, install the KNS Picatinny rail adapter with the front company detached; unbolt front view from the receiver before installing KNS stock adapters over original receiver rear plate securing with two lower roll pins.
Once your stock is secured, use an Allen wrench to mount a Picatinny rail to it using an Allen wrench. Before mounting it securely to the barrel, always check that it is square with it using a trim level; also remember to clean off any rough spots using a soft brush once installed, as this could make the rail abrasive against some surfaces.
Purchase a kit with flush cups as an alternative way of installing a Picatinny rail, although these kits are more costly. They come precut and ready for installation on your picture rail – saving time by not needing to trim each notch individually yourself.
It is affordable
The Picatinny rail is an excellent option for mounting multiple accessories to any firearm. More versatile than the Weaver rail, which only allows limited mounting positions, the Picatinny rail is much less costly and can be used with various rifles and pistols; however, shooters must consider their specific needs and preferences before choosing a rail system.
The A3 Tactical Modular Folding Stock is designed for rifles or pistols equipped with rear Picatinny rails, featuring machined aluminum construction with an anodized low gloss black finish, an automatic side-folding mechanism, three QD sling swivel sockets, weight savings features such as its ability to fold left or right and configuration options that enable left or suitable fold options.
A Picatinny rail, also referred to as Piccadilly rail, is a system for mounting firearm scope mounts and other accessories to weapons. Originally developed at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, where its namesake was initially employed for US military equipment but has become universal since.
Midwest Industries Side Folding Triangle Stock Fits Picatinny Rail is a compact folding stock designed to connect to any rifle equipped with a Picatinny rail adapter, offering comfort with its textured butt plate and secure lockup mechanism, three QD sling swivel ports for accessories integration, as well as three QD sling swivel ports for attachment of additional items. Perfect for rifles such as the SIG AIR MCX/MPX AEGs as well as piston AR15s equipped with rear Picatinny Rail buttplates!