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    briely 1301 M-lok hundguard

    hi evryone. nice to meet u.

    I bought the briely M-lok hundguard that was released in January of this year.
    It will arrive in Japan soon, so I will post a review and a photo when it arrives.

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    I bought briely M-lok hundguard because there was no store to send aridus hundguard to Japan.
    I plan to install this handguard and this rear sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kosuke Kutsunugi View Post
    hi evryone. nice to meet u.

    I bought the briely M-lok hundguard that was released in January of this year.
    It will arrive in Japan soon, so I will post a review and a photo when it arrives.
    Thanks for posting, and welcome to P-F. Somehow I missed this release. It looks really nice, and obviously much more solid than the Aridus/Magpul solution.
    https://www.briley.com/p-64587-brile...etta-1301.aspx

    $325 is spendy, but it might be worth it. Looking forward to reviews.
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    Notice this detail:

    Fits:
    1301 Comp Pro
    1301 Competition
    1301 Tactical (please note, the 1301 Tactical has a shortened gas system and will bleed gas through the M-Lok slots. We are working on a variant for this gun. No ETA yet.).
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    I did not read the fine print and ordered one:

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    I added BCM's MLOK rail panels along the bottom of the handguard where gas can bleed from on the Tactical models. In four boxes of shells fired rapidly I haven't noticed any issues with gas bleed impacting my hands. Even when short-stocking the gun.

    So far, so good.

    All of that said, it is a stupid expensive way to mount a light compared to the other available options for the 1301. It's a tax writeoff for me, so I don't mind the money so much. But it's no more effective than the Streamlight 870 mount as it stands right now. If you upgrade your light to a tape switch it will likely be better...but, again, more $$$ for the same end result.

    If you find yourself getting burned by the barrel the Briley rail does a magnificent job of keeping your delicate phalanges away from the heat, even when short-stocking the gun with a gorilla grip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCinVA View Post
    I did not read the fine print and ordered one:

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    I added BCM's MLOK rail panels along the bottom of the handguard where gas can bleed from on the Tactical models. In four boxes of shells fired rapidly I haven't noticed any issues with gas bleed impacting my hands. Even when short-stocking the gun.

    So far, so good.

    All of that said, it is a stupid expensive way to mount a light compared to the other available options for the 1301. It's a tax writeoff for me, so I don't mind the money so much. But it's no more effective than the Streamlight 870 mount as it stands right now. If you upgrade your light to a tape switch it will likely be better...but, again, more $$$ for the same end result.

    If you find yourself getting burned by the barrel the Briley rail does a magnificent job of keeping your delicate phalanges away from the heat, even when short-stocking the gun with a gorilla grip.
    Interesting. I’ve held off on restocking my 1301T, but I could be tempted with that configuration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCinVA View Post
    I did not read the fine print and ordered one:

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    I added BCM's MLOK rail panels along the bottom of the handguard where gas can bleed from on the Tactical models. In four boxes of shells fired rapidly I haven't noticed any issues with gas bleed impacting my hands. Even when short-stocking the gun.

    So far, so good.

    All of that said, it is a stupid expensive way to mount a light compared to the other available options for the 1301. It's a tax writeoff for me, so I don't mind the money so much. But it's no more effective than the Streamlight 870 mount as it stands right now. If you upgrade your light to a tape switch it will likely be better...but, again, more $$$ for the same end result.

    If you find yourself getting burned by the barrel the Briley rail does a magnificent job of keeping your delicate phalanges away from the heat, even when short-stocking the gun with a gorilla grip.
    That looks sweet but damn that’s expensive! I’ll wait for the Magpul forend from @SpyderMan2k4 to come back in stock. I’m checking my email often hoping to see my back in-stock notification.
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    Just picked up a nordic extension from optics planet. $129 and free shipping.

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    Kosuke, what is that rear sight? I think I need one...

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    shotgunsight

    Quote Originally Posted by TCB View Post
    Kosuke, what is that rear sight? I think I need one...
    https://www.briley.com/p-61204-briley-rear-sight.aspx

    this one.

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    briely 1301 M-lok hundguard

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    today, i got new hundguard.
    it need mag extension to attach handguard becouse of original mag end is too short.

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