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Magpul MOE® Polymer Rail, 5 Slots

$5.95
SKU:
MAG406-BLK

Description

Everybody knows M-Lok handguards are amazing when it comes to versatility in mounting your favorite accessories to your AR. But the handguard only gives you the real estate; it doesn't give you the means. Here are the means.

This is a five-slot section of 1913 / picatinny rail from Magpul. It allows you to mount it on any M-Lok section of your handguard and then mount that tac light or vertical grip onto it. The piece itself is injection-molded from reinforced composite polymer and has beveled ends to reduce snagging. It also includes the necessary mounting hardware, and its overall length is 2.5". This one comes in black. 

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