[BUY] Troy 9in TRX Extreme Battle Rail Rating Review

Troy 9in TRX Extreme Battle Rail is on sale and available from our online store. We are an Authorized US Distributor for Troy Riflescope Mounts, Rings and Bases.

Troy TRX (Troy Receiver Extension) Custom BattleRails are a One-Piece Free Floating Rail, designed for secure installation. Troy 9-inch TRX Rails are custom manufactured from aircraft aluminum and finished in MIL-SPEC Type III hard coat with Teflon.

Troy Custom BattleRails are available in Flat Black and USSOCOM Flat Dark Earth colors.

The lightest-strongest-sleekest, free-floating rail available.


RATING
93.75 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Features of Troy 9" TRX Extreme Battle Rails:

  • New state of the art rotary locking system
  • Proprietary patent pending one-piece design
  • Continuous, uninterrupted top rail
  • Reduced heat transfer
  • Significant weight reduction
  • True U.S. Military Specification M1913 rails
  • Increases target acquisition speed
  • Free floating design that enhances accuracy
  • TRX Extreme also includes one 4” and two 2” quick-attach rails for accessories
  • Includes barrel nut

1-Troy 9in TRX Extreme Battle Rail
2-Troy 9in TRX Extreme Battle Rail

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Comments
Reece - Add Reply

Overall I am pleased. I was looking for a rail system to replace my current FF set up. The look stands out among others vs 4 full length rail set ups. Ultimately as much as we all like accessories most can admit a forward grip and a flash light is all really one "needs" to add. No sense adding the extra weight when strategically placed rails (included) can be placed literally anywhere on the rail. Pros: Ability to mount rails in prefered locations (weight savings) Cons: Rails were somewhat of a pain to install as a balancing act is required.

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