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Mission First Tactical Tekko Metal AR-15 Free Float 13.5″ KeyMod Handguard


An AR-15 free float handguard with KeyMod mounting points.

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The Tekko Metal AR Free Float 13.5″ KeyMod Rail System replaces the plastic factory handguard. KeyMod attachment system provides secure mounting for MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny Rails and accessories such as vertical grips, lights, lasers, bipods and other rail mounted kit. Will accommodate most suppressor installations. Patent pending mounting, indexing and lock up system. Larger range of modularity with offset mounting positions as well as the traditional 12, 3, 6 and 9:00 positions. Monolithic style top rail eliminates the gap between the receiver and rail. Minor assembly and low profile gas block required (MFT E2LPGB), utilizes standard barrel nut. The KeyMod system allows for universal modularity between numerous manufacturers of accessories, and accessory rails. 13.5″ lightweight 6061 aluminum construction is Type 3 hard coat anodized, made in the USA.


– Carbine handguard replacement (7″)
– Secure platform for mounting Picatinny Rails and accessories
– Monolithic style top rail
– Allows most suppressor installations
– Lightweight 6061 aluminum construction is Type 3 hard coat anodized
– Removal of Delta ring and front sight post required.
– KeyMod The Standard in Modularity


– Color: Black

Additional information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions14 × 3 × 2.25 in

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Manufacturer's SKU: TMARFF13KRS

SKU: 283865

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WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Also, drinking water and breathing heavily has been known to cause cancer by the state of California.

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