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    Drop in M-LOK handguards

    MI Drop in M-LOK handguard on an MI carbine









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    Any ETA on the fde and midlength?


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    2-3 weeks.
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    Midlength M-LOK drop in handguard

    The MI-18M does require a triangle hand guard cap and a delta ring assembly to be installed on the upper.
    It has 5 built in anti-rotation QD sling swivel sockets (one bottom front, and two on each side front and rear).
    Comes with one 5 slot M-Lok rail piece.
    Weight is 6.7oz.





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    Do you guys have any plans to do a free float carbine length version of these? And do you guys have any plans to bring back your OD green colors or FG? Or can colors be custom ordered?

    I have a set of your Gen2 FF quad rails in OD that I would love to swap out for a FF MLOK in OD.
    Last edited by Big A; 11-16-14 at 08:36.
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    If only it had a cut-out extension like the Centurion C4 or even ala Magpul SL.
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    Here are some answer to a couple of the questions above . Green will not be back, EVER. To answer the other comment about the cut out version . The hand guard is to narrow to do a cut out version and still make this a drop in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Industries View Post
    Green will not be back, EVER.
    Appreciate the candor, Troy.

    Really hate to hear this... Not having to coat made it easy to pick MI if the other factors were close.

    Remove this edge MI had and I'm finding myself picking competitors.

    Really surprised coating is such a big deal... Even low cost alternatives like ALG offer multiple colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Industries View Post
    Here are some answer to a couple of the questions above . Green will not be back, EVER. To answer the other comment about the cut out version . The hand guard is to narrow to do a cut out version and still make this a drop in.
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    TROY
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    What about making a 7in FF carbine version?
    If you can't win a gun fight against a lightly-trained individual during broad daylight with 88 rounds of 30-06, I'm not sure you'd be able to do it with... any other firearm.
    -Fjallhrafn
    Ok, I've got an El Camino full of rampage here, so what's the plan?

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    We may get into the drop in free float units but it will be out a bit . If green is a deal breaker sorry just being honest. There will be a few companies dropping green in the future. The numbers you sell vs the customers wanting a exact match to all the different shades are not worth the trouble. Its much easier having the customer send parts out for cera coating.
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