BCM Gunfighter KeyMod 5.5" Nylon Rail Section (Black)[SF24][20194 / BCM-KMR-1913-N5-BLK]
BCM ( Bravo Company Manufacturing ) was founded in 2005 by a veteran United States Marine in Hartland, Wisconsin, where the company maintains its HQ today. BCM builds weapon systems that are manufactured, reinforced and tested to meet the unforgiving needs of law enforcement, military, security and peace keeping professionals in some of the most high stress environments and situations in the world.
This lightweight rail segment is designed for BCM KeyMod rail systems as well as real firearm keymods. Impact resistant polymer construction with corrosion resistant stainless steel hardware. Made to Mil-Standard 1913 Picatinny Arsenal Specifications. These rail panels feature a snag resistant design while still maintaining Mil-Standard Specs. This self-contained assembly eliminates the possible loss of mounting hardware. You can now attach the accessories you need to have the tactical advantage with the help of this rail section.
Manufacturer: BCM Gunfighter
Model: KeyMod Rail Section
Package Includes: One (1) Rail Section
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Low Profile Platform
- Snag Resistant Design
- Mil-Standard 1913
- Manufacturer: BCM
- Color: Black
- Size: 5.5in
- Material: Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) Rail Section
Once installed, it works as it is supposed to. I enjoy the bevelled edges at each end of the rail, it blends it into the rail smoother than some other rails. It being a polymer, (Nylon), was a bit off to me, I prefer metal/aluminum rails to the touch. That said, the polymer has performed admirably in the field, and has lasted 4 full days of hard-charging MilSim with nary a scratch. No problems mounting anything I have so far tried. Note, this is a little to short to properly fit a Magpul angled foregrip (AFG1). It will fit, but it will look quite clunky.
-Works as designed
-Once secured properly, stays in place
-Polymer/Nylon, not aluminum, if your preference is metal
-Keymod nuts are Torx/Star heads, not Allen key/Hex wrench compatible. They also seem a bit to large for any Torx head I used, making me afraid of stripping it.