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    I purchased the extended M Lok for my poor man's HK 11 clone. So far it has been rock solid. It still leaves the barrel free floating. My only complaint is that it does not utilize the stock HK push pin to attach.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehalemguy View Post
    I purchased the extended M Lok for my poor man's HK 11 clone. So far it has been rock solid. It still leaves the barrel free floating. My only complaint is that it does not utilize the stock HK push pin to attach.


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    The barrel is connected to the cocking tube -- therefore not free floating. Nevertheless, nice rifle.

    I just picked up the normal rifle length Aim Sports handguard at Dvor.com (Opticsplanet outlet site) for $50 and change if anyone else in interested. I figured if I'm going to replace it when the DTAC rails drop I might as well get something for as cheap as possible that makes the rifle usable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
    The barrel is connected to the cocking tube -- therefore not free floating. Nevertheless, nice rifle.

    I just picked up the normal rifle length Aim Sports handguard at Dvor.com (Opticsplanet outlet site) for $50 and change if anyone else in interested. I figured if I'm going to replace it when the DTAC rails drop I might as well get something for as cheap as possible that makes the rifle usable.
    How is the barrel attached to the cocking tube? The triple attaches to the barrel but does not attach to the tube and the hanger for the forearm attaches to the cocking tube but not the barrel, thus free floating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuffNutt View Post
    How is the barrel attached to the cocking tube? The triple attaches to the barrel but does not attach to the tube and the hanger for the forearm attaches to the cocking tube but not the barrel, thus free floating.
    The front sight tower assembly is not attached to the tube on that rifle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
    The front sight tower assembly is not attached to the tube on that rifle?

    On HK's the triple tree is attached to the barrel only. The cocking tube floats in the center hole of the triple tree .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashmc View Post
    On HK's the triple tree is attached to the barrel only. The cocking tube floats in the center hole of the triple tree .
    Really? I never noticed, I'll have to take a look. With how much clearance?

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    It'll move around . It's flatulating a little in there.

    I meant to say it's floating instead of flatulating , sorry .

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    I actually got into a fairly big rabbit trail/arguement over this on another forum with a fellow who owned a CETME. At the end I had to pull my bayonet lug out and take pictures for the guy. It is worth noting, on my particular rifle there is enough barrel whip that the cocking tube strikes the lower portion of the triple frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by egroeg View Post
    It is worth noting, on my particular rifle there is enough barrel whip that the cocking tube strikes the lower portion of the triple frame
    That's too bad. Probably not the biggest deal

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    The extended M-Lok has “Namibian 2017” written all over it; Just need to find a close color match of green. That would look great with the green humpback stock and pistol grip.

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