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JP Enterprises Modular Hand Guard D-Series for DPMS LR-308/Knights SR-25
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I have a 5.56 rifle with the mid-length version an a 7.62 rifle with the rifle-length version. The tubes themselves are interchangeable, only the moun...
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Best Handguard Out There

by DAWells, from United States, WA Written on September 6, 2014
Follow the Manufacturer's Instructions. The aluminum Outer Receiver Nut becomes an extension of the actual receiver, meaning the barrel nut threads into It, not the actual receiver, securing the barrel. Have seen videos and tried getting by with just anti-seize but after several hundred .308 rounds the assembly did rotate and bind against the gas tube. To prevent this, use Red threadlocker and a gas tube alignment tool when mounting the outer nut. No problems.
Handguard looks great, no integrated 12 o'clock rail and the factory texturing provides a secure grip under most conditions....
Would recommend: Yes
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awesome handguard

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 26, 2013
Craftsmanship and function are superb
Pros: fits nicely
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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JP handguard 15.5" JPHG-6D

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 20, 2013
I am in the process of building my first AR ever, and am using a mega Maten nib. upper and lower; Geissele national match 2 stage trigger, a black a2 stock, and this awesome JP. hand guard. So far I am getting all my parts together still as money permits this hand guard is easy to use and looks bad &## on the nib upper and lower I did a lot of looking around and all the reviews I have read on this hand guard with my exact set up are phenomenal, achieving sub moa groups. I cant wait to put this 6.5 Creedmoor together to see how far she can reach out and touch
Pros: extreemly rigid not too heavy but a little weight
Cons: rails for this hadguard you have to buy seperate and cost an arm and a leg...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Free Float Setup

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on May 9, 2013
The JP Rifle handguards are top quality. The installation is different from the traditional barrel nut, but after a couple searches on the internet there are a lot of good hints on how to make the install easier. I like that this handguard doesn't have the cheese grader look like the quad rails. Even if you want to install accessories JP sells attachment rails to fit any need. Very lightweight and Optics Planet had the best price even during the panic buying frenzy.
Pros: Lightweight
Cons: Not your average install...
Would recommend: Yes
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great product, but some limitations

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, MD Written on November 10, 2012
Very good quality and lots of room for rails without the bulk of a quad rail. Negative is the rails are an extra cost which makes the value not as good as others.
Pros: build quality, slim grip, flexible mounting options
Cons: limited use of gas block that will fit, red loctite to secure barrel nut...
Would recommend: Yes
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JP rail up to par

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 23, 2012
Purchased above mentioned item for a DPMS LR-308 outfitted with an 18 inch bull barrel and Leupold optics. Easily mounted sling attachment, BUS, and bipod to the rail. I will purchase for other builds should the occasion call for it. I would recommend this product.
Pros: Sturdy, sexy aesthetics, versatile, comfortable, affordable priced, easy to install/modify
Cons: Most module parts are sold separately and can be pricey. Also, these rails (for 308) sell so fast they are sometimes on back order for a while. I know mine was. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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LR-308 Handguard

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on January 13, 2012
I have several AR style rifles with free-float forends and quad-rails and this is my favorite. It was easy to install and it looks fantastic. I also like the "modular" aspect that allows me to place the rail sections where I want them.
Pros: sturdy, light weight, functional
Cons: NONE...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great handguard

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 17, 2011
Easy to install, looks and feels great....
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JPHG-1D = 1 Great Hand Guard

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 3, 2010
Really like the Hand Guard. Provides a continuous top rail for that Monolithic look at the best price for the 308 setup. Less weight than similar fore-ends. Good gripping surface as well. I'm not a gunsmith but have a basic understanding of AR style builds.
Pros: User decides how much and where rails will go. Keeps weight down while still allowing the need rail space for accessories. Smaller Diameter of Hand Guard is more comfortable than the regular 308 systems.
Cons: Need to use AR-15 Wrench rather than the normal 308 wrench...
Would recommend: Yes
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Always a great choice.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on June 28, 2010
I have a 5.56 rifle with the mid-length version an a 7.62 rifle with the rifle-length version. The tubes themselves are interchangeable, only the mount itself is different. It is a well-thought out design. Every maker and their mother makes a four-rail handguard. This is one of the very few clean "mount it where you need it" products out there. It doesn't have enough clearance for a gas piston without extensive modification, but you don't need one anyway.
Pros: Strong, versatile, lightweight, and good looking!
Cons: Won't work if you want a piston operated rifle. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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