The Wilson Combat M-Lok AR handguard system has been designed by our engineering team to be among the lightest, strongest and most versatile compact free-floating rail systems on the market.
Machined on 5-axis CNC machines from high-strength 6005A-T5 aircraft aluminum with a smooth Mil-Spec hard anodized finish, the rail handguard/interface and its robust mounting system won't sacrifice strength, stability or accuracy over bulkier designs. The oversize and tough nitrocarburized 4130 steel barrel attachment nut reduces heat transfer and the ergonomic handguard design offers a sleek, non-abrasive platform for comfortable dynamic shooting.
Our precision machined Eleven and One O’Clock M-Lok positions enable fast, easy mounting of multiple shooting accessories popular across the shooting industry.
In addition to a lighter, sleeker rail profile, the barrel nut design was retained from the original T.R.I.M rail to make it simple for users to easily swap the older Wilson Combat T.R.I.M rail design with this new M-Lok version.
Note: The hardened screws used in this handguard are tapered at the base to provide a flush, smooth fit. It is important that during initial installation that a small amount of grease is placed on the tapered shoulder of the screw to prevent screw galling against the softer rail. If a screw siezes and becomes immobile do not attempt removal, please contact Wilson Combat customer service for assistance at [email protected]
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|Expect nothing but quality from wilson and they delivered perfect rail for my 18” 223 wylde precision build|
|First 12 inches are same as before||4/3/2021|
|This is the third 13.8 M-Lock handrail I have purchased. I bought two last summer June 2020, those got 5 stars. I only gave this guy 4 stars because WC seems to think only 4 screws are needed to hold hand guard tight opposed to last year they seemed to think 6 screws were required. The 4 screws seem enough, but come on, 6 is better than 4 all day everyday. WC (in my opinion) should at least say something like "new design", so when you open the package you are not surprised like I was. Don't get me wrong, the first 12 inches are identical, the last 1.8 inches are different. I like the old style better if anybody is keeping score in Arkansas. I can see the new ones are easier to fabricate, but the cost is the same, hmmm. Doesn't matter it's installed on my new 300 HAM'R build. I tell you what, if you're looking for some knock down power in a AR15 build where all components are compatible with 5.56 parts. The HAM'R may be something to look at... well at least when powder and primers are available again. :-)|
|- Michael King, TX|