AimSports AK Long Russian KeyMod Handguard

Manufactured by Aim Sports
Manufactured by Aim Sports
4 Reviews

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The Aim Sports AK-47 KeyMod Handguard is a lightweight, two piece handguard designed for Russian-pattern AK-type rifles. Mounts securely with a unique barrel and receiver clamp system with relief cut for compatibility with grenade sights. Machined from durable 6061-T6 aluminum with an abrasion resistant hardcoat anodized finish for durability, it also features nine rows of KeyMod accessory slots to mount any of your favorite accessories!

Long model provides extended length for improved weapon control and additional accessory space.

Installs easily without a gun smith, but may require minor fitting. Not compatible with Yugo pattern rifles.
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Accessory AttachmentKeyMod
FinishHardcoat Anodized
MaterialAluminum - 6061-T6

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see

Not so much

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So first off looms great out of the box. Says it fits without gunsmithing but I'm gonna have to bring it to one or gunsmith the hell out of this doesn't fit the CA RAS47

Fit without major work.

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I installed this on a Century 63DS underfolder and had no issues with installation. There is some adjustments that can be done to the rail to allow some wiggle room. Solid and has a good finish. The stock can still fold and work properly.

Good product poor execution

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I loved the rail at first, not too heavy and mounted well although the hard ware provided just completely failed, the screws backed out several times even with loctite and just strip out when I try to tighten them down with the correct size drivers now I have to take a drill to my rifle

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Got this for my 30-06 VEPR. Obviously, the rail isn't intended for the RPK style receiver, but I machined an adapter for the front end of the receiver, and it fit perfectly. Only real issue is the screws that hold the top rail on tend to come loose after shooting it a bit. Loctite seems to have helped so far.