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Leapers UTG Version 6 Match Grade Carry Handle
This Version 6 Match Grade carry handle from Leapers features exact precision and tolerances to fit all model 5/15 variants. This tactical gun accessory offers excellent-quality thumb nuts with retention design.
ITEM#: 15131993This Version 6 Match Grade carry handle from Leapers features exact precision and tolerances to fit all model 5/15 variants. This tactical gun accessory offers excellent-quality thumb nuts with retention design.
- Precision windage/elevation adjustments
- Brand: Leapers
- Materials: Aluminum
- Color: Black
- Dimensions: 6.7 inches long x 1.8 inches wide x 1.9 inch inches deep
- Weight: 9.3 ounces
- Model: MNT-950
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