Tactical Gear Spotlight: Nautilus Rotating Rail

Tactical Gear Spotlight: Nautilus Rotating Rail
An installed Nautilus Rotating Rail.
Nautilus Rotating Rail for the AR-15
The Nautilus Rotating Rail from Ballista Tactical. Click the image for a larger look.

Here's a quick look at the Nautilus Rotating Rail, a new offering from Ballista Tactical Systems.

The highlight of the product are two separate and adjustable rail systems. Both sections are comprised of four individual, Picatinny rails. These can be rotated 360 degrees in 45-degree increments in either direction. This “shift on the fly” technology opens up a whole new world of customization.

Installed Nautilus Rotating Rail
An installed Nautilus Rotating Rail.

Other features:

* Constructed of 6061 T6511 hard-anodized aluminum for strength and durability.

* Rail can be mounted to any AR-style platform.

* Innovative design allows for instant access to eight different accessories, in limitless configurations, at the touch of a button. This versatility offers benefits ranging from convenience to casualty prevention.

The Nautilus Rotating Rail is currently available in a 7-inch model and can be ordered from BallistaTactical.com. Demonstration and installation videos are also available on the website.

* For more AR-15 customization, be sure to check out this free AR-15 M16 Gas Piston Conversion Kit Primer Download from Gun Digest.

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