Mission First Tactical Releases New AR Keymod Rail System

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posted on June 17, 2015
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Mission First Tactical, LLC (MFT), has released its newest product, the TEKKO Metal AR Carbine KeyMod Rail System. The all-metal KeyMod attachment system replaces the plastic factory hand guard and provides secure mounting for KeyMod accessories such as MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail attachments, vertical grips, bipods, lights, lasers and other rail mounted kits.

“We put a lot of hard work into this rail system and it shows. It’s lightweight, tough as nails and you can install it in minutes. It’s the definition of mission first,” said MFT’s Vice President, David Edelman.

The rail system features an easy, drop-in installation, requiring no screws, special tools or alterations by a gunsmith, leaving no permanent alterations to the rifle. The unit is held in place by a delta ring and handguard cap. Made in the USA and featuring a lifetime warranty, the seven inch rail is made out of Type 3 hard coat anodized aluminum.

   Features and Functions:

  • No Gunsmithing
  • Drop-in screwless installation
  • Secure platform for mounting KeyMod Picatinny rails and accessories
  • Lightweight 6061 aluminum construction is Type 3 hard coat anodized
  • Carbine handguard replacement (7 inches)
  • KeyMod: The New Standard in Modularity
  • MSRP $124.99
  • Made in the USA


For more information on Mission First Tactical, visit www.missionfirsttactical.com.

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