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Old September 10th, 2018, 02:17 AM #1
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schooled on laser for AR10

I have a DPMS Oracle AR 10 that needs a laser to mount
on top of the gas block. Please help!
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Old September 10th, 2018, 09:42 AM #3
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Maybe replace the handguard with a Magpul handguard (https://www.magpul.com/products/moe-...carbine-length) and add a pictatinny rail to the handguard, then put the laser under the handguard on the rail?
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Old September 10th, 2018, 09:47 AM #4
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I think that the OP has a Gas Block with a built in Picatinny rail and is asking for brands/models, that wouldn't fall apart/come off/change POI, under recoil from the .308.
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I’d be concerned about heat affecting a laser on a gas block. I’d agree with the above about changing out the handguard.
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There are any number of lasers intended for compact/ subcompact pistol that would be suitable size . But as noted above , the heat would be the problem .
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I think that the OP has a Gas Block with a built in Picatinny rail and is asking for brands/models, that wouldn't fall apart/come off/change POI, under recoil from the .308.
A laser on that gas block rail is going to interfere with sighting. Better to get a scope or red dot with a built in laser and fasten that sucker on the receiver. Or, replace the handguard and put it underneath.

ETA: I am not sure about heat +laser, but I would definitely worry about heat + battery for laser. That gas block gets hot!
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Old September 10th, 2018, 10:13 AM #8
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I think that the OP has a Gas Block with a built in Picatinny rail and is asking for brands/models, that wouldn't fall apart/come off/change POI, under recoil from the .308.
yes. exactly. http://www.dpmsinc.com/308-ORACLE_ep_99-1.html
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Or to keep closer to line of sight , rail/ rail section on top of handgaurd, and 45deg offset mount .
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not sure that you can put anything on that handguard. Hence my suggestion for replacement. Me, I would have replaced it already with a free float rail. But the Magpul option is $40 ish
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