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KDG – KINECT M-LOK QD Swivel Mount-Extended


KDG was recently asked to develop a Quick Detach sling swivel variant of the proven Kinect line for a government customer. The new KINECT M-LOK QD Swivel Mount-extended features a dual-purpose design, allowing the user to set their forward sling position exactly where they want it, or to use it as a standard section of Picatinny rail to mount a light, laser or bipod. The Socket is rotation limited, and features six slots of Picatinny rail.



The low profile design is snag resistant, and instantly removable from the weapon. The rock solid lock up on M-LOK forearms can support the weight of heavier firearms. Available now, the new Kinect M-LOK QD Swivel Mount- extended can be found on KDG’s Website for a MSRP of $64.99


Length: 3.73” Uses two M-LOK slots on rail
Width: .82” (20.9mm)
Weight: 20 oz
Height (Over M-LOK): .41” (10.5mm)
Finish: Black Anodized
MSRP: $64.99



5 Responses to “KDG – KINECT M-LOK QD Swivel Mount-Extended”

  1. jack says:

    out of curiosity, once a QD sling is attached, is there enough real estate left on the forward part of the rail to mount any kind of accessory?

    • Vic Toree says:

      I was wondering the same – it would appear to be an either/or choice between sling or accessory.

      Troy had one for their VTAC rails (and possibly others) that made more sense to me personally – it was a rail section with the QD slot at one end leaving plenty of space elsewhere.


      I’m not sure I understand the thought behind centering it but I’m sure there was one and someone will know it.

      • JM says:

        If I had to guess, re: placement, I’d say that the Kinect spring mechanism wouldn’t allow the depth of a QD cup on the ends. Whatever spring/latch situation they have in there is low-pro enough to fit in the body below the 1913 rail – but the QD cup placed on an end would interfere

      • Jack says:

        Exactly my thoughts. But like you said there must have been a reason for that particular design.

        • Nate says:

          It is the only place in our Kinect design that a flush QD socket would fit. The release arms of the Kinect need to have necessary room to retract inward, to remove from the M-LOK slot. So unfortunately that was a design confine. With the Troy rail, and others that are solid-state pieces of aluminum Pic rail its not an issue. Think of this new KDG product more as a “multipurpose” Kinect, and as a backup socket for one that is integrated into a handguard but his been damaged, or might lack a QD point all together.