View Full Version : Dr200 with tuff force fal quad rail

June 15, 2012, 08:08
I would have loved to be able to buy the sturmwerkz daewoo rail but unfortunatly, right now i cant. So i did the next best thing and with very little fitting i installed the tuff force quad rail on my woo. I could very easily shorten it up in the future and i may. Here she is right now

June 15, 2012, 21:09
Looks great to me...as long as it works and you are happy with it...don't worry about getting the stormwerkz set up. Love to see some side by side pics with a FAL handguard to see the work you did.

June 16, 2012, 00:03
did you have to dremel a lot in the collar area? my utg rail required a lot of modding. did you drill and tap a new hole to utilize the same lug as the oem handguards?

June 16, 2012, 01:04
i did not drimmel 1 thing. i chopped off about 1/32 off of the collar, litterely about the width of a hacksaw blade x2 and ran a mini square file around the center section where it had like 6 small raised bumps that wedge into the collar i guess. i shortened the small amount so my cross screw would just sit in the grove on the barrel where my sling swivel was. i am 100% sure that if i had 30 mins with a band saw that i could shorten it to the length of the origional handguards. but i will have to see if the locking piece will line up with the hole for the handguard screw. if not i may just cut off a 5 or 6 inch section of the bottom and side rails at the rear and just have a round hand hold spot.

June 17, 2012, 12:22
Here they are side by side. But the quadrail is upside down
Fal aussi handguards. Im using a ziptie to hold them close together

Fal tuff force quad rail http://i1180.photobucket.com/albums/x407/68ranger704/71e55aa7.jpg

After looking at how it is made i believe you could cut off the same length of the daewoo handguards and mill off enough of the rails to have a new lock ring to go into recessed area on the reciever and just use the factory mounting hole.

June 22, 2012, 20:32
Thanks for the pics....I might have to try it myself now.

February 16, 2013, 20:34

Well update to my fal quad rail mod. I wanted to shorten the quad rail to use the factory hand guard mounting block

So I just cut down the oal to be the same as the factory part. Then I trimmed the rails down just enough to allow a good fit. It really was pretty easy. Here are some pics to show the shape of the quadrail

I left some length on the bottom portion of the picitini rail and used a screw to secure it with the screw that holds the barrel bushing in place.
http://i1180.photobucket.com/albums/x407/68ranger704/5126810F-E5A0-4C1D-A012-4459DDE365B2-1227-00000276759134BF.jpg this is what i cut off of the quadrail.

And at the front end where the cross screw goes thru the lug I used 1 square nut on each side to take up the slack and to keep the hand guard from moving.

February 17, 2013, 20:02
i have a laser and a flashlight and or a folding handle as well. i just wanted to show the shortened rail with nothing much on it. the adaptability is part of the draw of these modular weapons accessories if you ask me. i can hang some things on the rails and pop them right off depending on the environment/ lighting and what i plan on doing with the rifle that day.

February 18, 2013, 20:33
Thanks for sharing, Jerry! :beer:

February 19, 2013, 22:01
Jeeze that full length looks awfully mean dude!
Send it to me so I can take better pics for ya ;)

February 19, 2013, 22:46
$79'ish bucks on amazon. It really was super easy to cut the tuff force rail down, it looks a lot easier than the nc star rail would be. I may buy another one so I can a dissipator woo and a set of shorties too lol.

March 09, 2013, 15:28
Thanks Jerry for posting your update or I might have missed it.
I've got mine done and wanted to have the full length rail. Now I just have to take it all apart and LocTite the screws.





March 09, 2013, 18:28
Nice job! 79 bucks is very inexpensive for a set of handguards.

March 09, 2013, 19:32
Got mine on Gunbroker for $75+ shipping. Seems about right for the quality these days.

March 15, 2013, 17:08
Great job. Very simple too.