What if we could just keymod the reciever instead of buying an after market rail. You know keep it all super low pro. Maybe a smooth bottom rail? Sgt stryker?
You're not. I am with you. Not only on an extended upper, but on keymod. And your beetles pun.I see. I wish the upper was out to the end of the gas block (same length the brahnam rail adds) but with out the weight of the branham..... It made my 17 a little hefty. Maybe dimple and cut the barrel. I think those key mod cuts would lose some weight. Or Mill out the rails like noveske. Maybe I'm a dreamer..... But I'm not the only one.
Show me how the key mod is superior to the 1913 rail when the need arises to swap out ancillary equipment, without a tool.
I may have missed it so point me in the right direction.
Thats badass! I'm excited to see more companies come out with products like these. I can see both sides of the argument on keymod and I personally think its to early to give the final verdict on this system. I've passed on these rails so far due to lack of accessory options as well as the fact that I just have to go and add what was taken off. But, I think with products like this VG coming out, the future for keymod looks bright.If you can make an accessory that is removable/addable to a 1913 without the use of tools, then so can you for a keymod.
Here is a pretty cool idea from BCM - tool-less vertical grip keymod native: