Lancer's Adaptive Magwell and SIG Sauer 716 Replacement Handguard Now Available

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posted on November 17, 2014
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Lancer Systems LP, a leading advanced weapons and components manufacturer, announced the availability of two new products: the Adaptive Magwell and SIG Sauer 716 Replacement Handguard. Both are engineered using advanced, high-performance technologies to reduce weight and maximize reliability, exceeding military standards.

Adaptive Magwell
The Lancer Adaptive Magwell is machined from 6061 T6 aluminum and is designed to fit Mil spec 5.56 AR style rifles. The component increases the diameter of the magwell and the speed with which the rifle can be reloaded. It is installed by opening the winter trigger guard and attaching the lower half to the trigger, then engaging the lower component to the trigger guard attachment on the rifle. The upper component is then slid on from the front and attached with two Allen screws. MSRP is $99.99. Available now.

716 Replacement Handguard
The Lancer replacement handguard for the SIG 716 features a free float design with aluminum picatinny sight rail at 12 o'clock, and an octagon carbon fiber tube with cut-outs to expose the gas block adjusting knob. Cooling slots in the tube accept rails and slots at 6 o'clock accept a rail for mounting a bi-pod. Available with top rails in carbine length, 7.4-inches, and extended length, 13.1-inches. MSRP starts at $274.99. Available now.

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