Arisaka Defense Rail Slider

$102.46

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SKU: RS-BASE

Product Description

Make Picatinny Great Again with the Patent Pending Arisaka Rail Slider. It transforms the Picatinny rail on your rifle into a multi-position sliding mount with a push button recoil lug. A unique detented knob is used to set sliding tension, accounts for out-of-spec rails, allows the mount to be removed or installed without having to slide it off the end of the rail, and can be quickly and easily tightened down for maximum precision.

Praecore Performance Shooting was instrumental in fine tuning the feature set and functionality of the Rail Slider System.

The Rail Slider features the ARMS 17S pattern for compatibility with popular bipods like the Atlas PSR, Atlas CAL, MDT Cyke, and Magpul 17S Bipod. It can also be used with Harris swivel bipods by adding an Arisaka’s 17-S Harris Bipod Adapter.

Additionally, Arisaka offers several ball head adapters so that the Rail Slider can be used on top of a tripod. In this arrangement the user can quickly drop a Picatinny railed rifle on top, or use Arisaka’s LRF/Spotter Adapter to mount spotting scopes, laser range finders, or any other compatible gear.

Specs:

  • Weight: 2.2 oz.
  • Material: CNC machined from stainless steel, 6061-T651 aluminum
  • Finish: Type III hard coat anodized
  • Includes: two 10-32 socket cap screws
  • Recommended torque: 30 inch lbs.
  • Requires a 5/32 Allen wrench for installation (not included).
  • Made in the USA.

The Rail Slider is CNC machined from stainless steel and MIL-A-8625 Type III hard coat anodized 6061-T651 aluminum. Includes two 10-32 socket cap screws. Requires a 5/32 Allen wrench for installation (not included). Recommended torque: 30 inch lbs.

Made in the USA.

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California Prop 65 Warning

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov