Midwest Industries (MI) is excited to announce many new products for 2014.
First, MI has released the MI-SSK 12-inch Key-Mod rail. The 12-inch MI-SSK is built out of 6061 aluminum and weighs in at 8.5 ounces. This very lightweight rail uses a proprietary barrel nut wrench that can be affixed with a standard barrel nut wrench. The rail comes with 5 QD sockets located on the front and rear of the side rails and one located on the front section of the bottom rail. The MI-SSK will also come in 9, 10.5, and 15-inch length rails. The MI-SSK (12-inch model) will retail for $289.95.
MI also introduced what appears to be probably the first available Key-Mod handguard available for the IWI Tavor, offering 10 Key-Mod slots on each side of the handguard and an interchangeable front plate that can be replaced with a plate that will accept a 1-inch flashlight to house the light internally and will need a pressure pad to be operated. The Tavor handguard will be available in February.
MI is also offering in 2014 a carbine length drop-in Key-Mod rail, a billet AR-15 receiver set, and scope rings and mounts.