JL Billet 15" 308 ULA Free-Float M-Lok Ultra-Lite Angled Handguard
The 3 picatinny rails in front and rear allow you to mount iron sights, optics and any other accessories without additional rail sections. The Magpul M-Lok system allows users to customize the handguard with rail sections and direct mount accessories. The handguard is constructed of 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum and finished with an optional Mil-Spec type III hard coat black anodizing.
The ULA has a precision bore to fit the proprietary barrel nut which removes any unwanted play and ensures an exact fit!! Installation requires a 1-5/16" Crows Foot wrench (not included) for the barrel nut. The handguard is secured to the barrel nut by 2 10/32 allen screws, stainless steel key seat lock, and anti-slip helicoils.
- DPMS High Profile
Material: 6061 aluminum handguard, 7075 aluminum barrel nut (DPMS included)
Accepts M-Lok rail sections & accessories (2x sections included)
Requires 1-5/16" Crows Foot wrench and medium strength thread locker (not included)
Weight is 10.5 oz. without barrel nut
Inner diameter: 1.525"
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Fits great with Aero M5 upper. recommend purchasing the crows foot wrench for the barrel nut. looks awesome on my new build and very light.
Ultralight angled handguard
I ordered our first JL billet hand guard for my Wife’s AR10 rifle build (12”) it was perfect until I put an adjustable gas block on the rifle and the adjuster screw was sticking out past the end of the hand guard. I was in the middle of an AR10 pistol build for her and was in need of another hand guard . She liked the first one so much, I ordered the 15” hand guard for the rifle and switched the 12” to the pistol, so they’re matchers. Both are amazing quality and beautiful hand guards. Both were easy to install and have been holding up great since buying a year ago. We have a Bipod on the rifle and it is rock solid. No complaints and highly recommended. I’m in the process of trying to get my Dad to buy one for his current AR10 build. Keep up the great work JL Billet!