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Kinetic Development Group

Kinetic Development Group Kinect MLOK Harris Bipod Mount

Kinetic Development Group Kinect MLOK Harris Bipod Mount

Availability: In stock




There are two spring-loaded wedges in the base of the Kinect™ mounting point. When you press the accessory or rail section down in the MLOK™ slot, two tiny deployment triggers get pressed against the rail firing the wedges into place. There is nothing more frustrating that fiddling with an allen wrench (if you can find it) to get your accessories on an off your weapon with traditional modular rail sections. This changes the whole dynamic of the MLOK™ system and really makes every accessory truly removable with the ability to mount it in a second when needed.


  • Length: 1.68″ (42.8mm) Use with one MLOK section
  • Width: .82″ (20.9mm)
  • Height (Over MLOK): .41″ (10.5mm)
  • Finish: Black Anodized
  • Compatibility: Compatible with any MLOK rail system and Harris “style” bipod
  • Weight: 1.0 oz

It will fit the wide tolerance range Magpul set for the thickness of the rail walls. The tolerance for thickness is 0.080” to 0.125” on the mounting plane of the rail. If your rail falls outside of this range on one side or the other, this accessory will not work. This range is so large that it is highly unlikely the rail you own could be that grossly out of specification but we have seen some.

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU KIN5-110
Manufacturer Kinetic Development Group
Finish No
Barrel Length No
Caliber No
Configuration No
Option No
Gas Length No
Height No
Rail Length No
Mount No
Profile No
Reticle No
Co Witness No
Size No


Customer Reviews (1)

Great Idea but.......Review by Leithan
I own one of kinrtic's optics mounts and I absolutely love it. So I thought I'd give their MLok bipod adapters a shot. This thing is as solidly made as their optics mount. Unfortunately it seems like it wasn't thoroughly thought out. I tried it out on a few hand guards, the only one that it would lock up solid on was a magpul SL. The three aluminum rails I tried it on, SLR, Geisele, Midwest, it was solid front to back when pressure was applied. But when any kind of twisting pressure was applied, it would pop right off. It appears to be because of the thickness of the hand guard not allowing the little feet to fully extend. For me a bipod means precision, which means a free floating aluminum hand guard. Putting a bipod on a non FF plastic hand guard is counter intuitive. The adapter is a great idea, I'm just not sure it has been perfected yet. A universal mounting solution is saposed to be just that, universal. (Posted on 2/19/2016)

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