Could someone tell me how much really does a non-free floating rail affect a barrel's accuracy? I'm not talking about a custom match stainless steel 24 inch barrel for a long range target AR. I'm talking more just your typical battle AR, 16 inch, nice chrome lined gov profile barrel carbine with military A style front sight. And I'm also talking about as much ammo fired through a gun as a typical range trip or the like... No full-auto dumps. Does it really mAtter that much? Like, 2-4 MOA difference? Is the quality of the barrel also typically a contributing factor? I know this issue is almost pointless now with the availability of drop in, zero modification, free-float rail options like the DD Omegas. However, I'm still kinda tempted to just try out a simple drop in two piece non-free float like a Troy or an EZ, etc... For their low price if not for any other reason Wanna kill these ads? We can help!