BCM Keymod rail covers now shipping

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Bravo Company came out with these rail sections at SHOT 2015, but have since worked some more on the design and they are now ready to ship for $9.95 a pack of five, with each section covering 5.5 inches. However, the materials they picked allow users to clip the length to whatever appropriate size needed under that 5.5 inch length. Pretty nifty.

The video shows how using a user can cut them to configure their usage. Seeing how they can contour underneath other accessories is pretty neat as well.

The video shows how using a user can cut them to configure their usage. Seeing how they can contour underneath other accessories is pretty neat as well.

 

Black seems to be the only color they have in stock right now.

Black seems to be the only color they have in stock right now, but BCM is adding more. 



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  • DAN V.

    Someone tell me what I’m missing here.

    • Squirreltakular

      BCM is overhyping literally everything they make now. To their credit, though, these are the slimmest keymod covers out there. Do you need them? I dunno. I might get some, since I don’t always shoot with gloves and extra grip is nice if you’re sweating/ it’s raining.

  • iksnilol

    I am a bit confused. Isn’t one of the advantages of stuff like M-lok and Keymod that you don’t need rail covers?

    • Bear The Grizzly

      Some people will put a grip section on their rail as a way to assure you always put your hand in the same spot, perhaps to aid in light actuation. Similar to how people put a strip of tape on their cheek rest.

      • iksnilol

        That makes sense.