Rail section is made of Hard Anodized Aircraft Aluminum Alloy.
Mounting hardware is made of Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel
Made to the Mil-Standard 1913 Picatinny Arsenal Specifications.
Available in three Lengths: 3-inch (5 slot), 4-inch (7 slot) and 5.5-inch (11 slot)
Features a Snag resistant design, while retaining Mil-Standards specs.
Self-contained assembly, eliminates the possible loss of mounting hardware.
Fits ALL KeyMod™ interface mounting surfaces.
Installation Instructions: • Locate the forward position of the mount, indicated by the arrow marking on the bottom of the rail section, ensure the arrow points towards the muzzle • With a T15 Torx™ wrench, loosen (counter-clockwise) the mounting screws enough to allow the anchoring nuts to drop in and slide fully forward into the desired mounting position of your KeyMod rail system • Tighten screws (clockwise) until firmly secured (DO NOT exceed 18-20 in-lbs) • For more secured mounting, apply blue thread locking compound to screw threads only.
***This product contains chemicals/materials known to the State of California to cause cancer and other reproductive harm. To learn more, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov.***
Key mod rail
Posted by Clay on Feb 11th 2021
Fit perfectly and looks great on the gun.
Posted by Justin on Jan 25th 2021
Great product, great customer service
Posted by Jesse Harris on Dec 21st 2020
Simple easy product does exactly what its for. Great material and holds tight.
Posted by Greg Esz on Dec 6th 2020
Great component. Works well !
3 inch pic rail
Posted by Neal on Nov 30th 2020
Fits solid on my keymod. Used it for streamlight.
3" picatinny rail - Keymod
Posted by Doug Houston on Nov 23rd 2020
Fit very well. Perfect for a short section to mount a bi-pod on
BCM KeyMod 3 inch Picatinny Rail Section, Aluminum
Posted by Raymond Massa on Oct 6th 2020
Excellent quality product.
Really nice made!
Posted by Ron on Aug 6th 2020
I was glad to see that the ends were rounded really nice so that you don't have to worry about getting gouged if something doesn't go quite right. Obviously they use this stuff too!
Posted by Jim Lopez on Jul 31st 2020
Sturdy piece of hardware.