You’re a prepper. You know that when SHTF, nothing will be the same and you’ll need to build your bug out bag as quickly as possible. And while you’ve got it narrowed down to a few different calibers of ammo, there’s one thing on your mind: what type of gun do I want? We here at Cabelas have your back with our selection of firearms and hunting gear in store or online! One item we think will come in handy for anyone looking for more protection is Magpul M-LOK Rail Covers. Keep reading this blog post to learn about these awesome rail covers, why they are so beneficial, and how best to install them – but first read on below for an offer from
1. What are M-LOK Rails and what are they good for?
2. Do the Magpul rail covers come in various colors?
3. How many rail covers does a package include?
4. Is one cover considered necessary per rail segment or do I need an odd number of them to fill up space evenly on the rails?
5. What size is the M-LOK Rail Cover that will fit most rails found on firearms and RIS systems?
6. Are they more advantageous when deployed as an integrated tool, or improvised into a usable object such as slash shield, rappelling device, AN/RVS-14 casualty extraction device, etc.?
Magpul M-LOK Rail Covers are the perfect accessory for any tactical color scheme. The textured polymer squares snap into most aluminium M-LOK handguard rails and come in many colors to choose from, making it easy to match your favorite MagPul accessories together. For a truly unique look that is not seen anywhere else on earth, grab some of these fun covers today!
The Magpul M-LOK Rail Covers lock into place with a second rectangular plug that provides a near seamless surface of contoured textured grip. In my experience, I’ve found that just grinding the center section pillar can make these rail covers fit where gas blocks limit clearance. As you might expect from Magpul products, they sit barely over 1/8th inch above your rails and use snag-free designs to cover them more than most other options out there! For about two bucks per unit for custom colors on an AR build is has never been so affordable or functional!
I was looking for a creative way to spice up the look of my rifle, so I decided to paint it in one color. But there are 125 different colors available and four sides on which you can attach rails covers – that equals 240 possible combinations! To narrow down this lengthy process into something more manageable, I picked my favorite color (black) then chose from among five other popular options: flat dark earth, grey, olive drab green; or pink if I wanted something brighter instead. The final decision came down between black with magpul’s “flat dark earth” rail cover design on three rails and black with MagPul’s blue-green “Olive Drab Green” rail cover design; both looked great but they had
I love painting my AR to match the season, and it can be hard to choose just a few colors. After much deliberation between 10 different options (my favorite being Magpul’s MBUS Pro Offset Sights), I finally decided on a set of rail cover colors for springtime: Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Brushstroke III in Light Brown – Semi Gloss ($32) contrasted with Tungsten Grey – Satin Finish ($34).
I found the tools I needed to remove rail covers without scuffing them in an old toolbox that was under my bed. The pick and pry bar were perfect for smoothly removing any obstructions, saving me time from looking around town or waiting on Amazon Prime!
With the Magpul M-LOK Rail Covers, you can easily customize your rifle with a quick touch of 5.56mm ammo to make it truly unique and stand out on the battlefield or in hunting game. The panels come six per package, each weighing less than an ounce so covering three sections will only add 2 ounces total!
I mixed and matched variations of colors for the M-LOK Rail Covers. I thought about the pros and cons as well as what people would think when they saw this scheme, but in the end it was really hard to choose just one color combo because all of them looked good!
A few weeks ago I got my hands on a set of Magpul M-LOK Rail Covers. These rail covers are designed for the unique style and function that is required by modern weapon systems. The traditional school way to cover up rails was with foam, PVC pipe or some other form of soft material but these materials would wear out quickly as they were being shot over again and again in training environments while you actually deployed weapons on them during combat situations; this led soldiers fighting in Afghanistan not only having their equipment’s reliability compromised due to unnecessary wear from handguards because it made sense why troops would want something that didn’t disrupt movement when reloading rounds into an AR 15 rifle, but also had significant psychological effects since troops felt like they couldn