Tippmann Arms M4-22 - 9" Aluminum Free Float Handguard
To fit this handgaurd on a AR-15 it requires the AR-15 Barrel Nut
This handguard is a great upgrade to your M4-22. The M-LOK design allows mounting of bipods, grips, lights, or lasers and optics.
Free float handguards are known to improve accuracy. The accuracy of the free floating handguard comes from the fact that the handguard doesn’t touch the barrel – it is mounted directly to the upper receiver. This allows the barrel to “float” and gives better harmonics, resulting in slightly better accuracy.
The accuracy difference is especially evident when using grips or bipods on the handguard. When you rest a rifle on a bipod that is attached to the barrel (or a drop-in handguard) the bipod will create force that can slightly warp the barrel. This small amount of warping can provide fairly significant accuracy issues down the range. But with a free float handguard, you can put all kinds of force on the handguard and it won't affect the barrel whatsoever.
- Aluminum construction
- Comes with the M4-22 Barrel Nut (smaller ID than the AR-15 Barrel Nut)
- Anodized Black Finish
- Increased Accuracy
- Full Length Picatinny Rail
- Made in USA
- Weighs only 7.1oz
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Handling firearms or firearms parts can expose you to lead and other petroleum products known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov (CA Health and Safety Code Section 25249.6).
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I have the M4-22 Micro 5.5” I wanted a longer hand guard to cover the barrel and also the muzzle device that extends 5 inches from the muzzle end. Not only is the hand guard as well made as the original, the length is absolutely perfect for what I’m using it for! Thanks!
The fit and finish are excellent. When I place the handguard on it lined up perfectly with out need of fitting. Something that I have had issues with on other handguards on other AR platforms. Would highly recommend for the Tippmann's M4 22LR if you wish to have a more realistic feel to your training rifle.