Aero Precision ATLAS S-ONE M-LOK Handguard Black - 12"
NOTE: ATLAS S-ONE Handguards are not compatible with the Aero Precision M4E1 Enhanced Upper Receiver.
- Compatible with MIL-SPEC AR-15 upper receivers and barrels
- 6061-T6 aluminum
- Front and rear picatinny rail
- Center portion of top rail eliminated for weight reduction
- Indexing grooves in 12 o’clock position for positive grip control
- Low profile gas block compatible
- 1.3” Inside diameter
- 1.5” Outside diameter
- Mounting hardware weight: 4.72 oz
- Includes barrel nut
Ratings & Reviews
So close and yet so far
This would be my favorite handguard if it weren't for the "pig of a barrel nut". The barrel nut is just this huge lump of steel that adds more weight to the unit than is necessary. It's like Aero Precision spent so much R&D time on the handguard itself that they just didn't have it in the budget to look at the barrel nut. WHAT A SHAME! So close Aero. You blew it. <br><br>I still bought two of these and am thinking about buying another- then I am going to machine my own barrel nuts to make up where Aero fell short. So sad.
Light, easy to install, great Aero quality...
Great rail. Rigid but light. Just be honest with yourself with the interrupted top rail. The front sight section is large enough for Magpul pro’s or a fixed sight, but that’s it. Great for uppers with LPVO. Easy to install, shims included.
Love the Atlas S-ONE M-LOK handguard!
No idea what the previous poster is talking about ... the barrel nut for the Atlas S-ONE M-LOK handguards are light as heck. Mine rocks. I really like the proprietary attachment system as well. Will most certainly order again.
Not actually 12".....
I was so excited to complete my 12.5 Grendel with this hand guard after handling a longer one at a gun show recently.
<br>Come to find out, this thing is actually 12.56" instead of 12"
<br>With the internal diameter being so slim, which is what I wanted, I can't get a can on my Griffin linear comp. Now I'm stuck with either buying a new, less slim or shorter hand guard or having a custom adapter made to mount a can.
<br>They need to label this thing properly. Either call it a 12.5 or a 13...