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KDG – KINECT M-LOK QD Swivel Mount-Extended

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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.

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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

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Specs:
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

kineticdg.com/product/kinect-qd-swivel-extended

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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.

      https://troyind.com/products/rail-section-viking-42

      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.