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Beretta Tri-Rail, Weaver/Picatinny Rails, Fits Bereta Cx4 Storm

Beretta Tri-Rail, Weaver/Picatinny Rails, Fits Bereta Cx4 Storm

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  • Tri-rail for Beretta Cx4 Storm
  • Provides 3 separate Weaver/Picatinny rails
  • Ideal for mounting lasers, flashlights or a bipod
  • Do not use on the Beretta CX4 firearm!




Item Code: UX-2253518 [PY-A-2656]

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By bobhoch from USA on 2010-11-16
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Things I liked: The bracket is well-made and fits the MR1 nicely.

Things I would have changed: The four way-too-skinny screws provided don't provide enough bite to secure the bracket to the gun. Also, the screws are way too long. After getting a couple of them through, the forearm wouldn't go down over the barrel. I finally resorted to using pop rivets which worked perfectly.

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By Michael from USA on 2010-10-19
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Things I liked: Perfect fit for the beretta storm. Also works on guns such as the Drozd blackbird. Great product.

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By dumbassretard from USA on 2010-05-31
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Things I liked: Its a great piece of hardware, and pretty cheap. I have a handgrip/bipod on the botton rail and a light and laser on the sides. Very sturdy plastic...it should last me a while.

Things I would have changed: Marketing - this hardware DOES work for the Benelli MR1. I took me forever to find the piece, and still then no body could tell me if it would work on my MR1 but i took a chance and it worked. It needs to be advertised that it is compatible

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  • julio from USA asked:

    does it works for the benelli mr1 i mean a real firearm?? im concerned abour the material will it work? because is taking me like an eternity to find one for my mr1

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