Magpul Industries MBUS Pro LR, M-LOK Sling, and QDM Swivel

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posted on January 8, 2015
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Magpul Industries introduces the following new products to the company's expanding line-up: The MBUS Pro LR, M-LOK Paraclip Sling Mount, and the Magpul QDM.   

The MBUS Pro LR is similar to the existing MBUS Pro Rear, but adds a tool-less elevation adjustment wheel to the sight arm.  This easy to adjust wheel utilizes positive detents for 200-600 meter ranges in 50 meter increments, all while retaining the dual aperture design. MSRP: $129.95.

The M-LOK Paraclip Sling Mount is the M-LOK compatible variant of the older MSA (MOE Sling Attachment.)  Made of Melonite treated steel for extreme resistance to wear and corrosion, it also utilizes two M-LOK T-Nuts for an extremely solid mount to the MOE M-LOK handguards and fore-ends as well as other aftermarket models. For use with clip style sling attachments such as the Magpul Paraclip and others. MSRP: $19.95.

The Magpul QDM quick disconnect sling swivel is the company's take on the common push-button QD swivel and offers a number of advantages. Made from precision cast, Melonite treated steel, including the bail, the QDM is stronger than its contemporaries while providing vastly improved corrosion and wear resistance.  The dual side release tabs are easier to use than the traditional button on the top yet are still secure against inadvertent activation.  They also gives the QDM body a shorter length for better clearances when used with end-plate mounts. MSRP: $27.95.

All three of these products are expected to ship by the end of January.

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