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2 Vets Arms Bravo Carbine First To Feature B5 Systems Bravo Keymod Handguards

Bravo 5

2 Vets Arms has just released its 5.56 Bravo Rifle, the first rifle to feature the B5 Systems Bravo Keymod handguard.


· 2 Vets Arms 7075T6 billet side charged upper receiver

· 16” 4140CMOV barrel 1/7 twist with A2 Front Sight Base

· 2 Vets 7075 Forged lower receiver

· GI fire controls

· Phase 5 Enhanced Side Charged compatible BAD Lever

· B5 Bravo Stock

· B5 Bravo Forend

· Umbrella Corp grip

Available with Black, OD Green, and Flat Dark Earth furniture.


Photos of the new Bravo Keymod Handguard from B5 Systems

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B5 Systems’ Bravo Keymod Handguard is currently in production and shipping soon. The hand guard features a built in hand stop and heat shield, with slim profile ergonomics. This is only the second drop-in Keymod handguard to come to market and the first done in polymer.

The B5 Bravo is designed to be an end user upgrade over standard M4 furniture, and is being picked up by several OEMs. Initial production will be carbine length followed by midlength and rifle. Polymer Keymod accessories are also on the way.


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11 Responses to “2 Vets Arms Bravo Carbine First To Feature B5 Systems Bravo Keymod Handguards”

  1. See Bowl says:

    Excellent set up. Very interested in the rifle and really like the handguard. Maybe a video in the future? 🙂

  2. Mr. European says:

    Umbrella Corp grip?

    That sends all the wrong signals to this here gamer.

    • Erik says:

      Eh, it’s not what you think. I’ll admit it’s a rather hokey sounding company, but the grip has a diffent grip angle that lends itself to having your elbows more tucked in while shooting. Overall not a bad grip once you stipple out that logo…

    • mcs says:

      I think that’s kinda the point. XD
      If you check out their website, you can see that they’re obviously playing off of the fictional Unbrella Corp with their name and logo: ucwrg.com
      But hey, great for fighting zombies with, right?

  3. Mike Nomad says:

    Keys should be set in the other direction.

    • Mike says:


      Which direction is Keymod supposed to go?? Yeah do your homework dude.

      • Mike Nomad says:

        Sorry, let me be more clear: Their implementation of Keymod is correct/consistent with all other things on Planet Keymod.


        I have done my homework, dude. Have spent a lot of time looking at human behavioral tendencies & ergonomics, indicating that in a tense situation, Weapon User will pull the weapon in/back (closer) to their body. Cursory examination of the key pattern reveals that moving in said direction means loose fasteners are moving toward the “unlock” position.

        Apologies for the imprecision/ambiguity in my original comment.

        • Mike Nomad says:

          I might as well be a complete pedant… Also, sufficient frontal impacts directed rearward on any Keymod mounted stuff that has sufficiently loosened will also be moving toward the “unlock” position.

  4. Freeman says:

    Why is there no dust cover on this upper?

  5. Tim says:

    When? Soon?