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Posted: 7/2/2014 6:46:01 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/2/2014 6:53:45 PM EDT by Scarr]
Does anyone have the M-Lok slot dimensions, I'm really just looking for the radius on the corners. I want to place M-LOK slots on the top of this KMR rail.</a>" />

Thanks
Link Posted: 7/2/2014 8:49:30 PM EDT
From the release PDF on M-Lok

Q:
I see the basic M-LOK slot dimensions are available on the web. Where are the
dimensions for the M-LOK T-Nut?
A:
The M-LOK T-Nut is currently under review by the US State Dept to determine its ITAR
classification. Until then, dimensioned drawings of the nut will be restricted to verified
US citizens, but are available free to all qualified recipients. Complete, finished T-Nuts
are also available for purchase directly from Magpul. For further details or to request
drawings please contact Drake Clark:
dclark@magpul.com.


I tried looking some more but couldn't find the answer to your question. I think emailing Drake would be your best bet and be 100% accurate.
Link Posted: 7/3/2014 5:26:34 AM EDT
Yeah that dimension info on that pdf is not accurate either, I emailed Clark but I have not received a response and I'm sure I never will since I am not a manufacturer. I'm sure they will only release that info to the hard hitters who are going to bear their logo.
Link Posted: 7/3/2014 8:24:44 AM EDT
looking for the specs also. Going to lighten up a DPMS alu free float tube and thought I'd use the M-Lok slots. Let me know if you find out. If I run across an M-lok rail I'll just take it to work and use the radius gauges to determine what it is.
Link Posted: 7/3/2014 9:46:48 AM EDT
Will do, I've been calling around some shops around Houston to see if they have a rail I can go dissect to no avail right now.
Link Posted: 7/3/2014 7:33:13 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/3/2014 7:34:11 PM EDT by Scarr]
I got a bit impatient and jumped the gun, lol I was able to confirm the dimensions on the Magpul faq sheet with some measurements a friend took off his M-Lok rail. He was able to measure everything except the radius, but i think i was able to get it as close as i could based on some measurements he took and by placing a drill bit as a radius gauge on the corners. I ended up using a 3/16" end mill for the corner radiuses, well thats the only endmill i had to use for the whole operation. I dont think i will ever put any M-lok panels up there because i like the slimmer profile so much but it's always good to have just in case. If i do have to go back and modify the radiuses i dont think it will be that big of a deal.

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