TYR Tactical

A3 Tactical – Double Picatinny Clamp


This little device is A3 Tactical’s Double Picatinny Clamp. As the name implies, the Double Picatinny Clamp is designed to mount one Picatinny rail to another, providing, as A3 states, “virtually limitless possibilities… only limited by your imagination” in regards to accessories, guns, and gear featuring Picatinny-spec rails, at least. It’s CNC machined from 6061 aluminum, and its design prevents fore/aft movement of the rails, as well as preventing marring of your rails thanks to dowels that are machined slightly taller than the industry-standard Picatinny groove.

Of course, A3’s Double Picatinny Clamp does also give you the option to attach entire firearms to one another, creating combinations such as this:


Or this (please note that NFA regulations will apply when using this product for this purpose):


Yo Dawg…

Yo Dawg



21 Responses to “A3 Tactical – Double Picatinny Clamp”

  1. Ex Coelis says:

    Yo Dawg…. THAT is some intensely serious Dynamo HUM!!!!

  2. PNWTO says:

    Holy Fuck… we’ve gone from “tactical” to “abandon all hope, ye who enter here”

  3. Gerard says:

    WTF is correct

  4. James says:

    I do have a use for this, stupid ad though.

  5. Luke says:

    Man, I really needed either this or the exact opposite (two chunks of rail exactly opposite and as close as possible) and I can’t remember why.

    I really can’t believe this hasn’t been made until now. Even just to give you the option to weld a rail section to some random thing you need to clamp opens up a lot of possibilities.

  6. mcs says:

    This is God’s work.

  7. Asinine Name says:

    How long before they develop three- and four-sided versions? Hollywood beckons…

  8. 1c3 says:

    Ian Malcolm: I’ll tell you the problem with the scientific power that you’re using here: it didn’t require any discipline to attain it. You read what others had done and you took the next step. You didn’t earn the knowledge for yourselves, so you don’t take any responsibility for it. You stood on the shoulders of geniuses to accomplish something as fast as you could and before you even knew what you had you patented it and packaged it and slapped it on a plastic lunchbox, and now you’re selling it, you want to sell it.

  9. Lasse says:

    They must have built something like this on Son of Guns or Guns of whatever on Discovery or History?

    • Thulsa Doom says:

      Yes. So the Sheriff could attach a hacked off Tommy Gun to a 20mm Lahti in Bayou Pikachou or wherever.

      In between molesting his kids, of course.

  10. CPTK says:

    In for all the shattered rails and shotguns that will result from all the ghetto Master-Keys (many probably illegal) that people put together with these…

  11. Alex says:

    I thought this was a press release until I scrolled past the Glock + AR and saw the Yo Dawg photo.

    Had a good laugh there.

  12. Evets Steve says:

    60 day notice of federal register update

    …To make or remake or whatever the fuck you just did there…

  13. OG says:

    The correct Glock mount would be on the SIDE, dawg.

  14. LRF says:

    I actually have a use for this as well, regardless of all the sarcastic comments (which are warranted given the use in the pics above).

    While I can’t imagine too much legit demand by end-users, for those of us in industry this type of devices is useful for a variety of test fixtures and jigs. I was actually designing one up and may now abandon to just order this

    As Luke said, the opposite (double pic rail) is also useful, I have several I had made up to keep in my toolbox.

    • EzGoingKev says:

      I was thinking of getting a couple for a fixture to hold a rifle while cleaning it but @ $40 a pop I don’t think so.

  15. Thomas_67 says:

    I’ll take 8!

  16. datamaggot says:

    You can make your own version, way better than theirs, for free or super cheap.

    If you have a lot of cheap scope rings/mounts laying around, use some 1″ or 30mm steel pipe (corresponds to ring size), and mount a shit load of rings to the pipe. I bet you could fit 5 guns on one pipe.

    who’s laughing now? :: thumbs up :::

  17. MidGasFan says:

    It’s still better than the laser that’s activated by a blade on the trigger…

    Or, the “perceived decoy” carry guns that aren’t in fact guns…