The Daniel Defense 1 O’clock Offset Rail is optimized for mounting miniature red dot optics in the 1 O’clock (right-hand) or 11 O’clock (left-hand) positions for quick, non-magnified, transitions when employing magnified primary optics on AR-type rifles with MIL-STD-1913 rails. The geometry allows for zero cheek-weld shift during the transition. This facilitates very fast transitions from magnified to non-magnified optics, and back. The 1 O’clock Offset Rail can also be used to mount a variety of lights or other accessories that mount to a MIL-STD-1913 rail. By flipping the part upside-down, one can mount a light in a good position for use with a vertical foregrip.
Updated for 2014, the 1 O’Clock Offset Rail now utilizes our patented Rock and Lock™ one piece mounting system, creating an even more robust and streamlined mounting surface as well as simplified installation on any MIL-STD-1913 picatinny rail.
All Daniel Defense Rails are built to the 1913 Military Specification and are 100% Quality Assurance checked for conformity to the specification.
The 2A Armament™ AR-15 Steel takedown pin set features the same classic through drilled design as our popular Titanium takedown pins but with a black oxide finish to accommodate for personal preference. These pins are made from U.S.A. sourced 4140 steel and weigh in at 0.38 oz total for both pins combined. The 2A Armament takedown pins are aesthetically pleasing on both our BALIOS and BALIOS-LITE line of receiver sets, as well as other vendors product.
Balios Lite Gen 2 Upper Features:
Manufacturer Part Number: 2A-MCBU-4No Additional Information Provided
The 2A Armament Full Mass Carrier (FMC) was designed as a high-quality, full mass bolt carrier group, with an emphasis on enhanced weight distribution. By relocating the bulk of carrier mass to the tail, the FMC keeps the firearm in a more balanced state. Weight that would normally be over the magazine well is now over the pistol grip on an AR-15 rifle when at rest. The distribution of weight is further utilized during the firing cycle as the FMC reciprocates along the plane located within the pocket of the shooters shoulder and primary support hand, instead of out in front between the magazine well, and primary support hand. The FMC can give the shooter an extremely reliable full mass bolt carrier group, with a weight distribution advantage over standard carriers on the market.
NOTE: Does not support the use of forward assist. Not compatible with full auto systems