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ROOK Tactical Rear Rail System (Polymer80 PF45)

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Upgrade your Polymer80 PF45's sticky slide with a precision Rear Rail.

The ROOK Tactical Rear Rail System is precision-cut from billet 17-4 stainess steel, ensuring a perfect fit with perfect slide functionality. This easy drop-in upgrade takes just a moment to install, and affords an instant fix for any sticky or gummy slide action.

Pair with the ROOK Tactical Front Locking Block Upgrade for the PF45 to ensure maximum performance and reliable cycling.

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