How do you attach an accessory to your rifle or handgun?
The simplest and most common way to add an accessory to a weapon is picatinny rail. It is a standard format, also referred to as MIL-STD-1913 rail or STANAG 2324 rail. Most shooting accessories have a clamping base designed to match the dimensions of this rail. We therefore offer this undrilled picatinny rail 3 slots, to open up the possibility spectrum.
Because if you can find picatinny out of the box on a lot of weapons, it’s not systematic. That’s why we offer the handy user the opportunity to add one on his hunting or sports rifle. It can also be used on a PCP rifle or on air weapons in the broadest sense. You will then be able to mount a bipod, a tactical flashligh, a laser or a red dot optic, when the weapon was not originally intended to.
The undrilled picatinny rail 3 slots : a good start
On our website you can already find an adjustable picatinny rail,length of your choice. But this one is at least 5 slots long, and it may be too long for some custom projects. That’s why we offer this short model with 3 locking notches. On a flat-top receiver, under a handgun, on a hand guard, the ventilated rib of a shotgun… Possibilities are endless.
That said beware, the rail will reach you undrilled. It’s up to you to develop a method to install it on your equipment. If you retain the screwing solution, you can take advantage of the 3 pre-holes under the rail, corresponding to the 3 top slots. Depending on where you want to graft this rail, our M5x1 threaded inserts may also be useful.
A custom part CNC machined
We manufacture this undrilled picatinny rail 3 slots in an aluminum 7075 T6. The use of CNC machines guarantees us a good sizing, which is important since it is a standardized format. We use aluminum rather than steel because it provides sufficient stiffness without weighing down your firearm or airgun.
A matte black anodization provides protection against wear and degradation. This finish also harmonizes with the aesthetics of guns, so as not to create a “kitchen gunsmithing” effect.
A part that is just waiting for your custom project to make itself useful!