JL Billet Force Alignment AK Rail, Long Black Anodize

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JL Billet Force Alignment AK Rail

After years of development JL Billet is proud to introduce the FA-AKR as a "drop-in" replacement for standard AK furniture.

The design, features a unique interlocking system to force the top rail into a repeatable position suitable for mounting optics.

This patented design eliminates the need for barrel clamps or direct mounting optics to gas tubes. Installs easily, quickly and boasting excellent heat dissipation and repeatability. This rail will fit most stamped AK receivers as is.


  • 1913 Picatinny top rail

  • M-lok Slots at 3,6, and 9'oclock positions

  • 6061 T6 aluminum

  • Type III hard black anodized coating

  • Length: 10.25"
  • Weighs is 9.3 oz


As with all AKs some fitment may be required, does not fit KP9


7 Reviews

  • 5
    Very well made.

    Posted by William L. Espy on 21st Dec 2021

    It too me a few minutes to manage the adjustment’s, to fit on my Romainian version. But it was worth it. Trial and error break downs. Turning set screws. Mostly, removing tension on the lower half of the long rail. To allow for fit, when reinstalling my gas tube. Very well made product. Looks and feels fantastic.

  • 4
    Sick looking once finessed and mounted perm

    Posted by JL on 18th Mar 2021

    Like many other AK handguards it took a bit of “massaging” to get mounted right. W a dremel or better tooling you can make adjustments where needed. I used this on a new PSA AKP and it came out sick. However besides what I listed above, we had to do some mill work to fit any decent size brake due to this particular weapons barrel thread pitch being 24x1.5... when done it came out to be one of the best looking AK’s I’ve personally seen :)

  • 5
    Excellent hand guard!

    Posted by Aaron on 8th Mar 2021

    The bottom goes on pretty easy. Lots of space and you can really get a good, straight support arm grip. Top rail can be a bit tricky. I wasn’t able to get the gas tube latch down the normal way. I had to go all the way around clockwise to get it to fit. Scratched up the side of the rail a little but nothing a little touch up couldn’t fix. This is exactly what I needed for the Ak74

  • 5
    Great Handguard and Rail

    Posted by Jon on 26th Jan 2021

    Great Handguard! It is very solid once installed, I was pretty surprised at how sturdy this is. The shape is good, I was very pleasantly surprised, especially with how well the top cover locks on with the gas tube. Cant go wrong here.

  • 5
    Extremely well built, fits like a glove on my PSAK-GF3

    Posted by Michael C on 3rd Sep 2020

    I was lucky enough to snag their last one (for now). I no I switched from the classic hand guard, to Magpul & finally JL Billet. The first two were awful for heat mitigation. The build quality of JL Billet is fantastic, and the fit was perfect. I didn't have an issue with the brackets being too long like the other reviewer, I suspect that's more of a QC issue on PSA's side than JL Billet's. At any rate, I'm very pleased & am now a big fan of their products/work.

  • 5
    Very nice quality!

    Posted by Blake Gardner on 25th Aug 2020

    I love the bottom handguard! Installation was very simple. The top section however was too long to fit into the brackets on my gas tube which doesn't bother me because I had already decided on going with an ultimak gas tube replacement. My rifle is a PSA GF3 AK47.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Darrin A on 17th Jul 2020

    The JL Billet AK Rail Long is definitely a quality, well made product. It is sturdy, looks great, and feels like a quality piece that will last a lifetime. Installing on a Palmetto State Armory PSAK47 Gen 3, the bottom section (handguard) fit fine, but the top piece (gas tube cover) required a fair amount of filing to get it to fit. There is no such thing as MIL-SPEC or "one size fits all" when it comes to AKs so this wasn't the end of the world, but it was a PITA. Well worth it, though.