First Look: Magpul QR Rail Grabber

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posted on January 12, 2021
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Magpul recently introduced the new QR Rail Grabber, which features a compact, user-adjustable, true quick-release plate compatible with a variety of products using the A.R.M.S. 17S-style footprint. The new QR Rail Grabber was developed primarily for use with Magpul bipods and can be used with either Picatinny or RRS/ARCA interfaces. 

The QR Rail Grabber also slims down to the rail thanks to a user-adjustable, dual clamping mechanism. In turn, the QR Rail Grabber is designed to give shooters a clean, compact, and unobtrusive fit. A serrated knob gives shooters easy manipulation; it sits close to the adapter body so that it doesn't get in the way. The new device is machined from Mil-Spec aluminum and is made for rugged, hard-use applications. 

Features: 
  • Base and clamps machined from Mil-Spec anodized aluminum
  • Compatible with both Picatinny and RRS/ARCA interfaces
  • Dual clamping mechanism ensures the smallest footprint possible
  • Serrated knob for easy manipulation
  • Versatile ARCA/Picatinny adapter 
  • Colors: Black 
  • MSRP: $79.95 

The QR Rail Grabber is made in the U.S.; for more information, visit Magpul.com.

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