Whether working on your next carbine build, or looking to get more out of your go-to rifle, the right components can make all the difference. The new Mission First Tactical EXD Free Float M-LOK Rail blends accuracy potential and utility into a well-executed component upgrade.
The rail system comes in 10-, 13.-5 and 15-inch lengths. Streamlined and user-friendly, according to MFT, the design enables more shots downrange without an abundance of time making adjustments or modifications.
The upgraded upper receiver attachment system increases shooter stability, according to MFT. It also minimizes the inner diameter. The system results in a more streamlined appearance. Meanwhile, updated modern wall thickness adds stiffness and rigidity, bringing more strength to bolt on accessories.
EXD Free Float M-LOK Rail System Features
- Seven sides of M-LOK – multiple locations to mount accessories
- Anti-rotation technology – zero rotation under extreme use
- IR anti-reflective coating – reduces reflection from 36 percent to 1 percent
- Steel non-timing barrel nut – secured with four set screws
The EXD Rail system attaches via two set screws, forgoing the old-style Delta rings. It utilizes anti-rotation tabs and includes a steel barrel nut. The rail retails for $149.99. For even more info, please visit missionfirsttactical.com.
The war for AR-style component attachment system has been fought, and the M-LOK design emerges as the clear winner. And thank mighty Zeus for that one. Pretty much every manufacturer and accessory maker finally zeroed in on the M-LOK. That makes shooters’ lives way simpler. Buy one style, then mix and match as you need. Mission First Tactical spins out quality components, and this rail system appears to be yet another winner. I don’t care if you have 10 different rails at home, you know you always need another. Anyone working on a build or looking for any upgrade, the MFT EXD Free Float M-LOK deserves a look.