New Review: V20N7
By Chris A. Choat
HOGUE ANNOUNCES G10 RAIL COVERS FOR KEYMOD HANDGUARDS
Hogue, Inc., is proud to announce the addition of G10 KeyMod Rail Covers to their line of AR platform tactical rifle accessories. They’ve offered their own line of OverMolded® rubber AR forends for years, but there is a segment of the population that utilize KeyMod handguards that has been asking for a Hogue product to complement their build. The Hogue KeyMod Rail Covers are a perfect solution to their need. Hogue’s KeyMod Rail Covers have been designed to directly mount on AR handguards using the universal KeyMod system. KeyMod was developed in an effort to standardize universal attachment systems in the firearms market. Hogue’s rail covers easily mount via 2-part hex screws into the handguard’s KeyMod slits. Hogue’s rail covers are precision machined from the highest quality G10 laminate material available, including their own patented G-Mascus® design. All covers are finished with a mini-piranha texture for an aggressive non-slip grip. Each cover has rounded edges to eliminate snags and pinch points. The rails also serve as an insulator from the heat generated from AR rapid fire providing a longer shooting experience. The rail covers are available in Hogue’s G-Mascus black/grey, green, pink lava, blue lava, red lava and Dark Earth or their solid black G10. The large variety of choices makes it simple to match rifles already built with Hogue grips, collapsible buttstocks and trigger guards. The rails measure 4.3” x .625” and weigh .8 oz. Each rail is sold individually allowing for a custom build of only buying what is desired: single-sided, double-sided, two on each side, or bottom configurations. The rail covers have a retail price $24.95. For more information please call Hogue directly at 1-800-438-4747 or visit www.hogueinc.com to find a Hogue dealer near you.
MEOPTA INTRODUCES THE NEW MeoRed REFLEX SIGHT
Meopta is pleased to introduce the MeoRed, its newest and most compact reflex sight. The MeoRed features high-quality optics and a lower profile than its predecessor, the MeoSight III, allowing users to co-witness with most iron sights. Parallax free and weighing just over an ounce,...
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