The Ballista Tactical Nautilus Rotating Rail is a truly different product. Two sections on the rail are set up so you can quickly change the position of any accessory set up around your barrel and move it to another location. The front and rear sections move independently and can be stopped at each quarter turn. The question is, why would you want a rail to move around? Rob Pincus explains what he feels are the best uses for the Nautilus Rotating Rail and invites viewers to tell us what you think your best uses for it will be.
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