handguard

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handguard

[′hand‚gärd]
(ordnance)
A wooden part on a rifle to protect the shooter's hand from the hot barrel.
The part of a sword or dagger designed to protect the hand.
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Both of these handguards feature a large barrel nut that allow the tubular hand guard to screw in place.
Other features include a one-hand-adjustable windscreen, handguards and an accessory socket to charge smart phones.
The uppers are both flattop with M4 feed ramps, and the handguards are KeyMod, 9Vi inches long and securely affixed to the upper receiver (more on that in a bit).
THAT MEANS YOU NEED TO KEEP THE OLD BUTTSTOCK AND HANDGUARDS.
It can be a bear to keep the Delta ring pulled down so each piece of the handguards can be removed, and it gets harder and harder with each failed attempt.
The SE also gets options of ABS, handguards, panniers and a centre stand.
Improvements on the original design include match-grade target barrels, tactical handguards that are designed to accept accessory rails, optional welded Picatinny scope mounts and stock options.
The more off-road oriented Adventure gets the usual handguards, metal panniers, engine crash covers and new stainless steel crash bars.
In at least two cases, the upper handguards of the SVDs had been removed, a hole bored through the barrel or chamber, and the handguards replaced.
The handguard, or tsuba, was ranked second in importance only to the blade itself, and photographs of these handguards reveal elaborate design motifs inspired by religion, nature, legends, and family crests, or mon.
1-gallon fuel tank, mini fairing, handguards and proven dependability for rugged, off-road areas add to its popularity for adventure touring.
also designs and manufactures a variety of weapon handguards and advanced sight system mounts for day and night vision equipment including thermal and laser.