Now Shipping – M-RAX Attachment System from Maxim Defense

For immediate release – St. Cloud, MN – Maxim Defense today announced that it has begun shipping its newly designed M-RAX™ attachment system. With the M-RAX attachment system, installation and removal of Picatinny M-Slot Rail Sections is a breeze. Thanks to its spring-loaded screws, the M-RAX™ system removes mounting frustrations and protects from screws protruding beyond traditional M-Slot mounting systems. Merely push the screw in with a standard hex tool and rotate 90 degrees. The locking lugs engage that easily. Gone are the days of fighting with screws, aligning nuts dealing with messy liquid adhesives to create friction. Just push, turn, and tighten down for a secure mounting surface.

Unlike the traditional M-Slot mounting systems, M-RAX™ utilizes the full slot of your rail, ultimately maximizing valuable handguard space. This makes the M-RAX™ system end-to-end stackable, giving you the option to create seamless monolithic rail sections where needed.

The Patent Pending spring-loaded universal interface system eliminates the need to adjust the gap between the T-Nut and accessory to match the thickness of the mounting surface. Just use the supplied hex key (our your own 3/26” key) to push the spring-loaded hardware through the M-slot, twist 90 degrees to engage, release tension and then tighten normally.

M-RAX™ Picatinny Rail Sections are available in both Black and FDE with the following configurations.

2 • M-Slot (3.145”) / 1.54oz
3 • M-Slot (4.720”) / 2.31oz
4 • M-Slot (6.295”) / 3.09oz
5 • M-Slot (7.870”) / 3.87oz
6 • M-Slot (9.445”) / 4.62oz

The M-RAX™ attachment system is available for licensing and sold throughout Maxim’s dealer network.

One Response to “Now Shipping – M-RAX Attachment System from Maxim Defense”

  1. b_rawrd says:

    JOE> slick m16 plastic handguards aren’t modular enough!
    MFR > Uh Ok how about a M1913 Picatinny? *displays RAS*
    JOE > Awesome! *puts on grip, bipod, DBAL, taclight*
    JOE > Picatinny’s too heavy, bulky, and cheesegrater!
    JOE > We need something slick…with less rail!
    MFR > Hmm MLOK or KMR work? *displays slick universal interface system*
    JOE > Awesome!
    JOE > Wait…KMR & MLOK not customizable enough!
    JOE > Give us picatinny attachments to make monolithic rail!
    MFR > …. yo