I put the taperd end of the 4-way on the rear end that goes into the lever that holds the 4-way in place..is this right, or does it go on the front holder???
The stock front grip had taperd edges on both the front and back and went into this part, those little hooks, and then on the part near the reciever that you pull to take the grip off. But on this 4way its only taperd on one side, and I put it on the reveiver side and just tightend it down like so in the picture. There was a little lip that is touching that lip thats under the 4way..wish I could think of better words to use. lol. seems pretty stable and looks good, just not sure if its correct. I dont know who made this 4way, I bought it off someone on gunbroker,com and he didnt send any paperwork with it in the mail. thanks yall
do you know the make of rail/forend it is?
I'm guessing this was a two-piece rail? It's kind of hard to tell by looking at this pic. Did the rail come with a replacement for the delta ring, or are you using the one that came on the rifle? Assuming its a two-piece drop in...As long as the receiver end fits snug in the delta ring assembly (the teeth on the barrel nut generally hold them in place) then it should be good to go. Some free float rails come with a replacement for the delta ring, but I'm assuming yours didn't.
ISD..." I dont know who made this 4way, I bought it off someone on gunbroker,com and he didnt send any paperwork with it in the mail" lol, must have missed that, I did write him today but havent heard back yet. Yea its a two piece free float. Goes togethe with 4 hex heads. seems sturdy, but its metric and I only have American sized allens so its not as tight as I would have it. There is a little drop down lip on the inside of the rail that seems to be made to sit and press against that front catch, it fits snug, but then again im new to these black guns and mods...give me a glock and I am very comfy. lol