I’m still a devotee of the old picatinny rail myself.

Available in 10,” 13.5”, and 15,” the new and improved EXD Free Float M-LOK® Rail System is designed with the modern shooter in mind.

Horsham, Pa. (September 2022) – Mission First Tactical, LLC (MFT™), a leader in USA-made rifle/carbine accessories and holsters, is pleased to introduce its new EXD Free Float M-LOK® Rail System available in 10”, 13.5”, and 15”. Boasting multiple improvements, the new system is designed with the modern shooter in mind. Streamlined and user-friendly, the updated design allows shooters more time to send rounds down range and less time making field adjustments or modifications.

The upgraded upper receiver attachment system increases shooter stability and also minimizes the inner diameter, providing a more streamlined appearance. Updated modern wall thickness addresses the flimsiness of other rail systems by providing the strength needed to attach a variety of M-LOK accessories.

Other features of the updated EXD Free Float M-LOK Rail System include:

• 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 is easily attached by two set screws (not Delta rings) on each side with anti-rotation tabs on top. Steel barrel nut included easily installs using a standard wrench. MSRP $149.99.

Mission First Tactical EXD Free Float M-LOK Rail System comes with a Lifetime Warranty. For more information on Mission First Tactical, visit www.missionfirsttactical.com.

1 Comment

  1. Wild, wild west says:

    Your support hand ain’t gonna slip on a 4-rail Pic handguard.

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