Foxtrot Mike Products Ultra Light Free Float Primary Arms Exclusive M-LOK Handguard - 10.5"
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- M-LOK compatible on all seven sides for lights, grips, bipods, and other accessories
- Single piece free float design that is lightweight and durable
- Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum
- Mil-Spec hardcoat anodized black
- Light and slim profile for increased ergonomics and comfort
- Includes proprietary barrel nut
- Full length picatinny top rail
- Barrel nut requires 1 3/16 wrench (30 MM)
- Made in the U.S.A.
Feature rich, high-quality, and affordable, Foxtrot Mike Products offer cutting edge solutions utilizing the highest quality materials and manufacturing processes available.
Ratings & Reviews
by Kieran -
Absolute GARBAGE!!! And that’s being generous... wanted a cheap rail but not too cheap and what a waste of money I’ve bought grid defense rails that are 1000x better then this trash... waste of money waste of time absolute disgrace of a company, buying a cloud defense rail now but better off shooting with no rail holding the barrel less pain then buying this and being aggravated
<br>From PA: We're very sorry that you had this experience with this product and we'd be happy to accept a return.
great handguard installed on my 7.62x39 16in. barrel took out yesterday an loved it the mounting system works great along with blue Loctite just in case had 15in. before this one much lighter great product and pricing and fast shipping I am in ca. once processed less than a week
Total garbage product. And a bad design on top.
by Clark -
Speaking as an engineer, this product is absolutely one of the worst designs I have ever seen. The barrel nut and handguard must mate on a set of 16 flats to align the nut with the hexagonal shaped handguard retaining screw flats, after the nut is torqued to mil-spec tolerances (30-80 ft.-lbs.). Over 80 is excessive. Four Spacers are provided for some leeway when torqueing the nut. The handguard is designed to slide over the nut. NOT on my set. Polishing and filing was necessary before even an EXTREMELY tight fit was possible on just a few of the flat positions. When I thought I had a position where the set-up would allow final torqueing, I torqued down to 60 ft.-lbs.; at which point the barrel nut broke in half! I normally use 50-60 ft.-lbs. on new AR builds, of which I have done several. Bad design and bad execution. I'll look to a different manufacturer and design for a replacement.