BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS


BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS

Fig. 1 is a right elevation view of a stabilizing recoil lug installed on a rifle according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 2 is a rear cutaway view, of the location designated in Fig. 1, of a stabilizing recoil lug, fitted into a pocket of a rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 3 is a partially exploded perspective view of the bottom, right side of a pocket in the bottom of a rail and a matching key on a stabilizing recoil lug that is attached to a barrel of a rifle according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 4 is a side elevational cutaway view of a stabilizing recoil lug installed on a rifle (showing only a section of the rifle), with the lug's key inserted into a pocket in the bottom of a rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 5 is a close up of an embodiment of the stabilizing recoil lug's key inserted into a pocket of  a rail from Fig. 4, showing detail of the lug, key, and pocket according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 6 is a side elevational cutaway view of an action receiver with a stabilizing recoil lug next to the action receiver and the key inserted into a pocket of a rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 7 is an exploded top, side perspective of an action receiver, a stabilizing recoil lug and a rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 8 is a top, front perspective view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure.

Fig. 9 is a bottom, rear perspective view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug connected to the rail/

Fig. 10 is a left side elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug and rail installed on a rifle.

Fig. 11 is a right side elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug connected to the rail.

Fig. 12 is a left side elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug connected to the rail.

Fig. 13 is a top plan view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the rail sitting on the recoil lug;

Fig. 14 is a bottom plan view of stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug connected to the rail.

Fig. 15 is a front plan view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the rail sitting on the recoil lug.

Fig. 16 is a front plan view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the rail sitting on the recoil lug.

Fig. 17 is an exploded bottom, rear perspective view of stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug separated from the rail.

Fig. 18 is a right exploded elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug separated from the rail.

Fig. 19 is a left side exploded elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug separated from the rail.

Fig. 20 is a front exploded elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug separated from the rail.

Fig. 21 is a rear exploded elevational view of a stabilizing recoil lug and rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure, showing the recoil lug separated from the rail.

Fig. 22 is a top plan view of a stabilizing recoil lug according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure without the rail.

Fig. 23 is a bottom plan view of a rail according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure without the stabilizing recoil lug.

Fig. 24 is a bottom plan view of a stabilizing recoil lug according to selected embodiments of the current disclosure without the rail.