Narain lattices are unimodular lattices {\it in} $\R^{r, s} $, subject to certain natural equivalence relation and rationality condition. The problem of describing and counting these rational equivalence classes of Narain lattices in $\R^{2, 2} $ has led to an interesting connection to binary forms and their Gauss products, as shown in [HLOYII]. As a sequel, in this paper, we study arbitrary rational Narain lattices and generalize some of our earlier results. In particular in the case of $\R^{2, 2} $, a new interpretation of the Gauss product of binary forms brings new light to a number of related objects--rank 4 rational Narain lattices, over-lattices, rank 2 primitive sublattices of an abstract rank 4 even unimodular lattice U^ 2, and isomorphisms of discriminant groups of rank 2 lattices.