Slate Black Industries 1-Slot M-LOK Slate Panels - Black

Manufactured by Slate Black Industries
Manufactured by Slate Black Industries
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Designed by military and competition shooters, Slate Grip Panels interface well with many hand stops, vertical and angled grips on the market today. Slate Black grip panels are a drop-in/screw-on upgrade to any grip, designed with a thin profile and raised texture that offers an enhanced gripping surface for the shooter.

  • Color: Black
  • Material: Polymer
  • Slots: 1

Slate Black Industries constructs these panels with durable steel hardware and fiber-reinforced high-temp polymer, and extra M-LOK lugs for increased durability.  The grip material maintains the ability to withstand high temperatures and moisture conditions and still provides the shooter a positive grip. These panels come in either one slot, two slots, or three-slot variety.
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BrandSlate Black Industries
TypeGrip Panel
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They fit where other M-LOK panels won't


Bought these to replace Magpul Type-2 M-LOK slot covers on an AR-9. The M-LOK slots furthest back on the handguard couldn't accept other covers due to the gas block. The screws are in the center of the panel on these so they will actually fit where the Magpul panels wouldn't. My only complaints are that 3 is an odd number (I needed 4, so I bought 2 packs), and that the grip texture on these is far less aggressive than the Magpuls, which I liked.