Manticore Arms Arclight Tavor Rail

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posted on October 21, 2014
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The IWI-USA Tavor made quite a splash when it was introduced in 2013. It was only a matter of time before aftermarket accessories and upgrades started hitting the market.

Manticore Arms' Arclight Tavor Rail replaces the standard polymer Tavor fore-end with a machined aluminum fore-end milled for Picatinny rail sections. It allows addition of a dedicated weaponlight or other accessory, with two methods for mounting a light—either via the Picatinny rail or the purpose-built light mount.

Two rails are included with the Arclight, a 5-slot rail suitable for a small light or laser and an 11-slot rail for larger attachments. The light mount fits into slots specifically designed at the front of the rail, and there's an option for a Internal Pressure Mount Switch (available separately for $17.95).

MSRP: $125

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