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YHM M-LOK Rails

If you are in the market for a new handrail, Florence, MA based YHM (Yankee Hill Machine) might have exactly what you are looking for. They recently informed us they have some new rails. They weigh in at only 9.7 oz. and are available in multiple lengths.

Here’s what they have to tell us about it.

YHM M-LOK Rails

Following the successful release of YHM S.L.K. and KR7 KeyMod handguards and in response to customer demand, Yankee Hill Machine is proud to introduce our new line of M-LOK rails, providing the same lightweight durability with the added versatility of the popular mounting platform.

Mlok 2

YHM M-LOK's are perfect for tactical, sporting or competition shooters alike.  Choose from three different lengths: Carbine, Mid-Length or Rifle Length and two designs.  For more mounting surfaces, select from the MR7s which can accept accessories at every 45 degrees.  Or, for a slightly lighter option, opt for the S.L.M.s with mounting platforms at 3, 6 and 9 O'Clock positions.   Both lines feature a “T” marked extended top Picatinny rail, designed for a seamless transition from the Mil-Spec upper receiver.

The S.L.M.s and MR7s ship with all parts necessary for installation including a barrel nut, jamb nut, anti-rotation screws and installation instructions.  Like all Yankee Hill Machine products, the new M-LOK handguards are proudly manufactured in Florence, Massachusetts and are covered by a lifetime warranty.

Mlok 3

Yankee Hill Machine has been around for a long time. They were founded in 1951. They say they have a “highly skilled workforce” and put all of their products through quality Checks that meet military standards. If you would like to learn more about Yankee Hill Machine, click here. They are on Facebook and you can connect with them here. You can follow them on Twitter @officialyhm by clicking here. YHM is on Instagram right here. They have their own You Tube channel right here.




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