Iron Eagle Tactical’s E-Tac Rail System Improves on the Classic Picatinny Rail

Iron Eagle Tactical’s E-Tac Rail System Improves on the Classic Picatinny Rail

Ruger SR-22 Rifle
Ruger SR-22 Rifle with Iron Eagle Tactical E-Tac Rail System
Iron Eagle Tactical
Iron Eagle Tactical

Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri –( Iron Eagle Tactical is a new company based in the USA, focused on providing high-quality Rail systems and accessories for the RUGER SR-22 Rifle. There has not been a fundamental change to the Picatinny Rail system since its conception in 1995.

Iron Eagle Tactical has changed that with a new completely redesigned rail system called the E-TAC RAIL SYSTEM, (Patent Pending).

The E-Tac is the first rail system to offer the customer a choice as to how they will use it.

E-Tac has three features that no other rail offers.

  • First, the square Picatinny slots have been replaced with beveled slots. This gives more strength to the rail and provides a base for attachments to fit better with no chance for movement of accessories on the rail.
  • Second, the bottom of the rail has been opened up to allow for concealment of accessory wiring.
  • Third, is the new Combat Draft System. This provides a drafting of air through the rail and is exported through exhaust ports along the sides of the rail providing a cooling effect to the whole system. More air moving around the barrel produces less heat stress on tactical equipment and cooler operation on the forearm. A cooler operating system means more reliability and longer life for the barrel.

The latest application of this system is to the Ruger SR-22 Rifle.

Iron Eagle Tactical offers free USPS Shipping within lower 48 states and Canada.

All accessories are made of the high quality aluminum billet and are hard coated to a type 3 anodization; this will give the accessories, excellent durability.

Iron Eagle Tactical's E-Tac Rail System
Iron Eagle Tactical's E-Tac Rail System

Further information on all of Iron Eagle Tactical products can be found at

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Matt Jackson

Where can the hand guard extension be purchased as shown in the picture for the article

I cannot find it anywhere, I can find the rails, but not the extension of the hand guard itself. Thanksz,