Aim Sports AR-15 15" KeyMod Handguard - Gen-II
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Aim Sports AR-15 Gen-II Handguards feature sleek, modern designs. Engineered with weight savings in mind, this rail features 7 rows of KeyMod slots and a reimagined full length Picatinny rail while retaining strength and reliability. The Gen-II includes a steel barrel nut and proprietary mounting hardware.
- Gen-II 15” AR-15 handguard
- Seven rows of KeyMod compatible slots
- Full length 1913 Picatinny rail
- Mounting hardware included
- Does not include barrel nut wrench
- Inner Diameter: 1.35"
- Outer Diameter: 1.52"
Ratings & Reviews
by Dan -
So it's a nice rail definitely gonna serve its purpose. Whoever it getsn3 star because it was dinged up when I got it.
<br>Shipping was fast and great but the quailty control was lacking. I am coating it so not terribly a big deal for me but it happens.
by JasonM. Central FL -
Excellent, no blems, easy install. Good barrel nut good price
Worth every penny.
by Mark from Orlando -
Worth every penny. Got it today, installed and took to the range. No complaints at all. If you are an AR snob, it may not be for you. But for the price, its solid, no blemishes, no machine or tool marks, the barrel nut works great (no timing needed) and can be installed with an adjustable wrench. Not sure if this is made in USA, China, Taiwan or where, but...for the price, I'm not worried. Went on a budget upper. Looks good and functions properly.
Just what I wanted
by Jeremy -
I like a long handguard on my hunting rifle, it makes much easier resting in any position. I purchase this for my 6.8 and I love it! It’s hard to beat the feel and finish for the price. I did have to make a minor modification to make it fit my fat DPMS smooth side upper, The anti-rotation tabs wouldn’t fit. This shouldn’t be a problem with a mil spec upper. I will purchase another!
Very good rail for the price.
by Some random dude
construction Seems to be just as good as some of the more expensive, we’ll known brands. The barrel but is low profile, so there’s no lining up holes or grooves for a gas tube to pass through. An AR armorers wrench will not fit the barrel nut, but can easily be tightened with an adjustable wrench. Have not taken the rifle out yet, so I cannot say how it holds up over time,which is the only reason I gave it four stars as opposed to five. But I’m pleased with it so far.