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M5/AR10 Free Float Handguard, 15 Inch Gen 2 , M-LOK w/ Barrel Nut
AR10 15" Free Float Handguard

M5/AR10 Free Float Handguard, 15 Inch Gen 2 , M-LOK w/ Barrel Nut

Your Price:$189.00
Retail Price:$210.00
You Save:$21.00(10%)
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Part Number:198-APRA308232AD

AR10 Free Float 15" M-LOK Handguard
  Wide 1.72 inch inside diameter fits heavy match and varmint contour barrels. Our M-LOK (EM) Handguards provide a lightweight free float design for your custom M5 .308 build. The M-LOK system allows advanced modularity past the current 1913 picatinny rail system. Machined to mil-spec dimensions and engineered to perfection, this handguard eliminates bulk while retaining strength and stability. Includes barrel nut and shims to fit DPMS/Aero AR10 threads.

Features:
  • 1pc free float design
  • Built in anti-rotation tabs
  • Scalloped rails
  • 1.72" inside diameter give clearance for heavy and varmint contours
  • 1.72" inside diameter fits most muzzle devices and 1.5" suppressors
  • Compatible with low profile gas blocks
  • DPMS High Profile (.210) Tang
  • Includes barrel nut, shims, and screws to fit DPMS/Aero AR10 receiver threads.
  • Gen 2 Feature - Quick disconnect sling socket at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions
  • Gen 2 Feature - Additional milling along flats to aid with gripping and add visual appeal
  • Gen 2 Feature - New profile for the continuous picatinny top rail

*Please note - This handguard is specific to the M5 .308/M5E1 AR10 platform. It is not compatible with the AR15/M4E1 platform.

5 Stars
Very good hand guard
This is a very good hand guard. With the supplied shims, made it easy to get the gas tube alignment done. The guard is held inlace with 8 flat head screws, orientated so it's solid. Rock solid, does not move if banged. Uses the std barrel nut wrench so no special tools required like some. The only issue I have is my adj gas block adj screw is blocked by the guard. Which requires me to remove it to adjust. Which is not a big issue once it's set you never need to do it again.
Reviewed by:  from TX. on 1/10/2018
5/5

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