Slate Black Industries 2-Slot M-LOK Slate Panels - FDE

Manufactured by Slate Black Industries
Manufactured by Slate Black Industries
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The Slate Black M-LOK Rail Panels are made from fiber reinforced temperature resistant polymer to keep your hands protected and give you extra grip on your handguard. They feature a low profile design with a raised hexagon texture and come in a variety of colors to match your build. These rail covers come in a pack of three and cover two M-LOK slots. The included steel hardware keeps each panel secured to your M-LOK rail. Upgrade your handguard with the Slate Black M-LOK Panels.

  • M-LOK compatible
  • Pack of 3
  • 2 slot length
  • Flat dark earth reinforced polymer
  • High temperature resistant
  • Low profile and textured
  • Steel mounting hardware
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BrandSlate Black Industries
TypeRail Cover
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ultra slim minimalist design


have these in the 2 slot and 3 slot on multiple builds. very slim minimalist design. they look good and feel good in the hand. not the least bit bulky. def different than the magpul mlok rail covers. if you want to maintain the slimness and sleek look of the mlok rail these are great.

Prefer these to the rail scales

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Good quality and affordable. I also have the railscales but will just be buying more of these. PA shipping and CS is great as always


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Nice and streamline

Just buy the polymer Railscales


I got the FDE ones and these things lasted me about two range trips before they started blackening. Thought it was soot but it wouldn’t clean off, looks like it doesn’t withstand the heat very well. On top of that when I went to replace them with the Railscales, the screw heads stripped out and I had to cut them out.
The HTP Railscales are $30 for 3 and way better quality.