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I am starting to carry all of Tromix's parts as they come back in stock.

Right now I have the D-I-Y Trigger Guards and the Flash Hiders for those interested.

 

Greg

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Sweet! good to see tromix stuff out there,..

 

Hey Greg I have a question for you,..

which do you think is lighter?

the DPH x39 aluminum rail or the SGM tactical zytel forend?

I am going for light weight,..other suggestions welcome too.

Thanks,

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Sweet! good to see tromix stuff out there,..

 

Hey Greg I have a question for you,..

which do you think is lighter?

the DPH x39 aluminum rail or the SGM tactical zytel forend?

I am going for light weight,..other suggestions welcome too.

Thanks,

 

DPHx39 weighs in at 1 lb 3 oz with top fillets, 15.7 oz without.

SGM weighs 9.9oz

Both are excellent products. Depends on which look you like the best. The SGM is extemely durable and lightweight. Here is a picture on my 308. The DPH offers much longer rails for accessories. I do not have a DPH on a rifle for pictures yet. Maybe Scott will post one for me if he's around.

I like both products and would highly recommend either.

Greg

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Well that settles it for me, on this next conversion I am going for light weight, using a 16" instead of 20" x39 with skeleton fiber stock and this SGM forend,... any other weight saving measures any one have??

Thanks,

 

Sweet! good to see tromix stuff out there,..

 

Hey Greg I have a question for you,..

which do you think is lighter?

the DPH x39 aluminum rail or the SGM tactical zytel forend?

I am going for light weight,..other suggestions welcome too.

Thanks,

 

DPHx39 weighs in at 1 lb 3 oz with top fillets, 15.7 oz without.

SGM weighs 9.9oz

Both are excellent products. Depends on which look you like the best. The SGM is extemely durable and lightweight. Here is a picture on my 308. The DPH offers much longer rails for accessories. I do not have a DPH on a rifle for pictures yet. Maybe Scott will post one for me if he's around.

I like both products and would highly recommend either.

Greg

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