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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiescometh View Post
    Midwest industries mlok to keymod adapters then use kac keymod wire management panel kit


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    Thanks, I’ll look those up

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    Quote Originally Posted by fledge View Post
    That’s not only a switch. It manages the wire too if you look at the details. Depending on your setup, it manages more or less wire.
    I noticed that on the Shamazon page, and it's pretty slick. Even though the majority of my uppers have LaRue rails on my uppers, the few mlok rails I've used (URX4, SLR), I still used the index clips at the 12 o'clock position, but a mlok cable mgt system would allow mounting a switch at those angles unique to mlok (vs a quad rail) like the 11 or 1 o'clock positions. The one time I did mount my tape switch to the 11 o'clock I used industrial double-side tape and zip ties. It was pretty ghetto. Worked, but ghetto and not what I'd call a "best practice", but at the time my only on-hand option and wasn't aware of the Cloud Def. option. I was mlok ignorant.
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    Doesn’t exactly fit OP’s RFI, but might provide an idea or two. Here’s where I’m at currently:

    https://imgur.com/gallery/qaZp2qC

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    Well, someone in the industry rose to the OP's demands...
    https://www.strikeindustries.com/si-siegen-cover.html

    *flam suit on*

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6 View Post
    Well, someone in the industry rose to the OP's demands...
    https://www.strikeindustries.com/si-siegen-cover.html

    *flam suit on*
    Thanks for posting this up. Just this weekend I was putting a new flashlight on a MI MLOK handguard.... My wire routing combined some old Magpul clips and zip ties. This would have down the same, just at 90% less ghetto.

    Strike Industries ain’t tacticool, but I actually like their other MLOK one slot covers for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6 View Post
    Well, someone in the industry rose to the OP's demands...
    https://www.strikeindustries.com/si-siegen-cover.html

    *flam suit on*
    Probably one of the things I would trust them to do - cheap, plastic bits.


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    The website isn't up yet, but check out Emissary Development on Instagram. They're about to release some low pro mlok cable management panels.

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