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Midwest Industries Combat Rail 12.625" M-LOK Free Float One Piece Handguard - MI-CRM12.625
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Midwest Industries Combat Rail 12.625" M-LOK Free Float One Piece Handguard - MI-CRM12.625

SKU 5165450760
Brand Midwest Industries
Model Number MI-CRM12.625
UPC 816537018094
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Product Details


  • Overall Length: 12.625”
  • Material: 6061 Aluminum
  • Barrel Nut: 4140 Heat Treated
  • Finish: Type 3 Hardcoat
  • Inside Diameter: 1.3”
  • Outside Diameter: 1.5”
  • Weight: 9.9 oz.
  • Attachment Compatibility: M-LOK


This Midwest Industries handguard adds serious tactical capability with visual appeal and utility. The 12.625” long handguard is compatible with most AR platform upper receivers and features 7 sides of M-Lok adapter slots with a full-length Picatinny rail in the 12 o’clock position giving you the ability to attach accessories in almost any position on the handguard. The MI-CRM15 is made of a lightweight and durable 6061 Aluminum that is built to take a beating without weighing you down at a light 9.9 oz.


  • 4140 Heat Treated Barrel Nut
  • Barrel Nut and Wrench Included
  • Features Patented 4140 Heat Treated Torque Plate
  • Continuous MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny Top rail
  • Two Integral Anti-Rotation QD Sling Sockets
  • Super Slim 1.5” Outside and 1.3” Inside Diameter
  • Seven Sides of M-Lok
  • Fully Dehorned and Deburred
  • 100% Made in USA- Keeps America Working
  • MI Lifetime Warranty


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These items are controlled by the U.S. Government and authorized for export only to the country of ultimate destination for use by the ultimate consignee or end-user(s) herein identified. They may not be resold, transferred, or otherwise disposed of, to any other country or to any person other than the authorized ultimate consignee or end-user(s), either in their original form or after being incorporated into other items, without first obtaining approval from the U.S. government or as otherwise authorized by U.S. law and regulations.