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Thread: Picatinny Rail Accessories in 2021

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    Picatinny Rail Accessories in 2021

    All the rage these days is for M-Lok, with Key-mod sucking hind tit, but nothing beats the old Picatinny when comes to a simply, solid mounting solution and since we have the “Cheese Grater” thread going, I thought we could use an accessory thread as well.

    So, in 2021, what are you guys using for light mounts, vertical foregrips, fingerstops and any other Picatinny rail accessories.
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    Right now on my 12.5 with 11.5" RHF4 from FCD it's a Tango Down Mk46 vert grip, TD rail panels, an SF SR07 switch, and SF M300B. I really wish Gear Sector was still around to pick up one of their 1913 scout light mounts, but after being incorporated into American Defense Mfg I guess they gave up that product line. The thumb screw on the M300B works fine for now but if I had to pick an offset mount it'll probably be AMS Machine at some point.

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    Tango Down and Magpul VFGs.
    Arisaka for newer style scout light mounts. IWC mount for my Surefire M951.

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    KAC broom handles and the BCM shorty fore grip. Tried the BCM KAG, and while great for thin tubular rails, I found it was not ideal for quads. Light mounts are mostly Haley thorntails. For reference, rails are a mix of Larue, DD Omega and the old KAC RAS. Larue is preferred as the dimensions just seem perfect and sharp edges are minimal for a quad rail.

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    Vert grip: KAC broom handle

    Light mount: Hailey Strategic SBR light mount

    QD Sling mount: Daniel Defense

    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    All the rage these days is for M-Lok, with Key-mod sucking hind tit, but nothing beats the old Picatinny when comes to a simply, solid mounting solution and since we have the “Cheese Grater” thread going, I thought we could use an accessory thread as well.

    So, in 2021, what are you guys using for light mounts, vertical foregrips, fingerstops and any other Picatinny rail accessories.

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    I only use Pic rails. I use LaRue and Arisaka Pic mounts for my stuff.
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    Tango Down or KAC vert grips. The mounts my Surefire M600s came with work just fine. KAC pic mount QD socket for my forward sling attachment point. KAC or Tango Down rail covers.
    Last edited by Hammer_Man; 05-03-21 at 20:03.

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    Magpul or LaRue VFG

    Arisaka Scout mount

    BFG fixed sling loop

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    Arisaka Offset Scout mounts for Scout lights to be mounted below a laser. Arisake QD bipod Harris bipod mounts and fingerstops as well.

    I've always liked Gear Sector Scout mounts as well, but apparently they are no longer in business.
    Last edited by gunnerblue; 05-03-21 at 22:19.

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    About the only things I put on my rails these days (besides a KAC cover on the bottom rail and ladders on the side) is a light mount, or on my work gun (a MK18) a TD QD stubby vertical grip. I mainly use old LaRue mounts, but I do also have a Gear Sector mount as well. I also like the new Surefire integral Scout light mounts. They let you really tuck the light in close.

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