Midwest Industries has released a new brake for AK shooters. The MI AK .30 Cal Two Chamber Muzzle Brake features 2 expansion chambers and 4 large side facing ports. The brake is machined from tool steel and given a black phosphate finish. This brake fits 14x1LH threads.
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Midwest Industries has brought more direct-connect capable hand guards for more rifles to market than anyone. Their latest is an M-LOK compatible hand guard for the FN SCAR.
The new hand guard has 18 slots in various locations for attaching M-LOK compatible accessories and a short section of 1913 rail at 12 o’clock forward of the front sight. It is machined from 6061 aluminum with a hard anodized finish. Like MI’s other SCAR rails, this one extends forward of the front sight to provide additional mounting surface for accessories and gripping surface for the shooter.
The retail price will be under $200 and it will be available in about 4 weeks.
Yo dawg MI herd you like direct-attach systems…
The new M-LOK to KeyMod Adapters from Midwest Industries allow you to turn an M-LOK slot into a KeyMod compatible surface. If you are sitting on a pile of KeyMod accessories but want to use them with an M-LOK rail, these may be just the ticket.
Midwest Industries (MI) just released a sneak peak at their upcoming M-LOK Hand Guard for the IWI Tavor. The images show a pre-production version of the hand guard so there may be some changes to the production model. It is basically very similar to their other Tavor hand guards with the exception of the M-LOK spec slots.
MI doesn’t usually keep you waiting for long after they release images of the pre-production product so these will likely be available soon.
Midwest Industries just released information about their soon to be released M-LOK QD Sling Socket. It seems strange (since you would think a sling mount would be a priority item) but I think this may be the first dedicated sling mount to be released for the M-LOK attachment system. It is machined from 6061 aluminum, hard anodized, and weighs .6 ounces. You can expect it to retail for less than $25.
Midwest Industries recently gave a sneak peek at their upcoming KeyMod handguard for the FN Scar. The handguard extends 6″ forward of the SCAR’s existing handguard to provide the user additional space to grip the rifle and mount accessories. It also provides a continuous top rail over the SCAR’s gas block like MI’s current SCAR SSR rail. The new KeyMod handguard is made from hard anodized 6061 aluminum and adds 7 ounces to the overall weight of the firearm.
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I told you about Midwest Industries’ new line of AR Pistols and new AR Pistol Buffer Tube yesterday. I was able to round up even more details on the buffer tube and, on paper, it is pretty exciting.
The MI AR Pistol Buffer Tube is similar to other tubes on the market in that it has a shoulder for the SB15 Arm Brace to rest against in order to increase the length of pull and it uses a standard end plate and castle nut which provides several rear sling mounting options.
However, it has also 2 features that make it stand out. First, it is long enough that the rear of the tube sits flush with the rear of the SB15. This completely fills the void at the rear of the SB15 to provide more rigidity and it is long enough to bring an AR pistol with a 10.5″ barrel to 26″ overall length so you can install a vertical grip (see here for details)! Second, the tube is mil-spec diameter behind the threads which means that most clamp style rear sling mounts can be used.
This looks like a great option for those who are building an AR Pistol. Check out the new MI AR Pistol Buffer Tube at Midwest Industries.
Midwest Industries is set to release a line of AR-15 pistols. The pistols will feature their forged lower receivers and SS Series Hand Guards (both KeyMod and M-LOK will be available). They will also showcase MI’s new AR Pistol receiver extension (buffer tube) that is designed to be used with the SB15. The receiver extension has an integrated stop to add “length of pull” and is long enough to completely fill the void in the SB15.
The MI AR Pistols will be available soon and the receiver extension will be available separately.
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Midwest Industries, having already released billet lower receivers in the past, has just released a new forged AR-15 lower receiver. The new lower features 7075-T6 construction, hard anodizing, and a threaded rear take-down pin hole (handy for some types of pistol builds or those who prefer not to launch parts across the room when you remove the end plate). These lowers feature a fairly understated MI roll mark and are marked “CAL-MULTI”.
The new lowers will be available stripped or complete. Check out Midwest Industries.
Midwest Industries‘ SSK KeyMod rails are already very light weight. Their newly released Lightweight KeyMod Handguard manages to shed even more weight by replacing the continuous top rail with KeyMod slots. The 12″ rail weighs only 8.1 ounces with the barrel nut!
Like the SSK rails, this one features 5 QD sling swivel slots. It uses the same proprietary barrel nut as the SS and SSK handguards. The top rail features a short section of 1913 rail on the front and rear portions of the rail with KeyMod slots between.
These will be available in 3-4 weeks.