Press releases follow for the new Rail Wrap (photo above) and Tube Mount Rail (below photo) from GroveTec . . .
GrovTec, a leading manufacturer of firearm accessories, is proud to announce the launch of its latest product, GrovTec Rail Wraps.
Designed to mitigate heat exposure while providing a stylish rail-cover option, the GrovTec Rail Wrap attaches to your handguard delivering a customized look, sling storage, and electronic accessory cable management.
The GrovTec Rail Wraps are easy to install and can be used on any firearm with a standard Picatinny or Weaver rail. Their unique design allows them to conform to the rail’s shape, providing a secure and snug fit that won’t interfere with the firearm’s handling. The wraps are available in black and MultiCam®, allowing gun owners to customize their firearms according to their preferences while providing the shooter access to their favorite top and bottom-mounted M-LOK® accessories without reducing cooling airflow.
“We are thrilled with the launch of our new rail wraps, designed to provide superior heat protection and customization for firearm enthusiasts,” said Kim Graham, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at GrovTec. “Our rail wraps offer unparalleled performance, durability, and style, making them the perfect accessory for any gun owner.”
GrovTec is committed to providing high-quality products that meet the needs of firearm enthusiasts. With the GrovTec Rail Wraps launch, the company continues to demonstrate its dedication to innovation and customer satisfaction.
For more information about GrovTec Rail Wraps, please visit the company’s website at GrovTec.com
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GrovTec, a leading manufacturer of high-quality firearm accessories, is excited to announce the release of its new Tube Mount Rail.
This innovative product enhances firearm customization and allows shooters to attach a wide range of accessories to any magazine tube on a picatinny rail utilizing GrovTec’s existing Barrel Band system.
The Tube Mount Picatinny Rail is engineered to fit most firearms by offering one of four different sizes of barrel band that will accommodate standard tube diameters. The rail, made from aircraft-grade aluminum, provides a lightweight and durable mounting platform for accessories such as laser sight systems and tactical lights. Compatible with all picatinny accessories, the Tube Mount Rail is great for a variety of applications including low-light and no-light lever action hog hunting.
“Our team at GrovTec is committed to providing innovative and high-quality firearm accessories to our customers,” said Denise Eichstadt, Director of Sales & Marketing for GrovTec. “The Tube Mount Picatinny Rail will provide a valuable customization option for shooters who want to enhance the performance of their firearms.”
The Tube Mount Picatinny Rail is easy to install and requires no gunsmithing. The rail can be installed in minutes with basic tools and is secured to the firearm with a single set screw for a secure and stable attachment.
The Tube Mount Picatinny Rail is available now at authorized GrovTec dealers and online retailers. For more information about this product and other GrovTec accessories, visit the GrovTec website at www.grovtec.com.
It doesn’t restrict cooling airflow? I don’t see that as possible. You’ve just made a burrito out of your guns front end.
put a sock on it.
Would typically use camo or neutral color athletic tape unless nir was a concern but yeah right sized sock could work as well. On the other product will not tacticool my 1895 will not tacticool my 1895.
I put an infrared lazer rangefinder nightvision red dot wifi bluetooth 3×200 with 85mm objective BDCVariX Solarflare on my 44-40 it still shutes 2 inch groups at 50 yards but man does it look futuristic.
I’m having the whole gunm, stock and all, creacoted candy apple magenta with fluorescent green gold flake with a picture of Joe Biden’s ass inletted into the stock.
the kandy-kolored tangerine-flake stremline baby with corn pop view.
Would still want to see it.
I could actually use a rail wrap. extended a handguard slightly over a can and it gets a little toasty. first and last time doing that, but it looks good