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Upgrade your build to the next level with AR 15 Free Float handguards From Del-Ton, Inc. that not only gives you Modularity but also improves accuracy. We sell Free Float handguards that utilize standard 1913 picatinny accessory rails as well as the best in M-LOK and KeyMod technology to give you full modularity when configuring your favorite accessories. Choose from popular items free float handguards from 7 to 15 in length. We offer handguards from manufacturers like Aero Precision, YHM, Troy, Knights Armament, and PRI.

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AR-15 YHM Barrel Nut Del-Ton, Inc. Carbine Length KR7 Handguard YHM Carbine Ext. Diamond Free Float Tube
YHM Barrel Nut
Our Price: $35.25
Sale Price: $32.95
You save $2.30!
This barrel nut will work with all YHM free float forearms.
YHM introduces their lightest to date, hardcoat anodized, 6061-T6 aluminum, T-marked top rail with free-floating handguard. Made by YHM.  These unique forearms feature diamond shaped heat vents, an extended top rail for gap-free installation, T marked rails to mark accessory locations, and anti-rotation screws for secure installation.
Samson Evolution Keymod 7.6" Free Float Rail YHM SLR-Quad Series Carbine Forearm 7.28" YHM Carbine Length SLR-Smooth Handguard
Features Keymod slots at 3, 6 and 9 o'clock YHM Slim Free Float Tube YHM Carbine Length SLR-Smooth Handguard
AR-15 Troy Alpha Rail - 7.2" Samson Manufacturing STAR-C Tactical Accessory Rail System PRI Carbon Fiber Free Float Tube - CAR
Samson Mfg. STAR-C
Our Price: $255.00
Troy Bravo Rail, available in Black or Dark Earth Made from aluminum and weighs only 10.5 oz.  Two piece design so front sight base does not have to be removed.  Free floats the barrel, for use with carbine length barrels. Made of lightweight carbon fiber, steel and aluminum. For carbine length barrels.
PRI Carbon Fiber Free Float Tube - Midlength
The carbon fiber forearm is light weight high strength and also reduces the amount of heat transferred to the shooter during rapid fire.