Pictured in a Special Customized Finish
Men have a misconception that they need to get over: you wearing makeup DOESN’T mean you’re some delicate little flower. Okay to be honest, it kind of plays to your advantage, at least until they come to their senses and realize that you’re a truly bad ass babe who not only kick ass, but shoots really damn well. When you walk onto that range in full makeup, you want to tell those boys to kiss your brass and show them who really controls the place. Seriously, it’s you!
Our ‘Kiss My Brass’ AR15 hand guard brings an incredibly feminine design with an emphasis on hot red lipstick that will leave any man swooning, and cowering in terror after he witnesses your shooting prowess. Seriously, you’re going to make that Romeo think twice before he asks for your number, and when he does, he’s going to do it respectfully.
This is an attractive, light weight handguard, but it’s also pretty damn tough, made from 6061 t6 aluminum and featuring plenty of room for accessories. Don’t just use the range, rule the range, and roam the forests like they’re a second home, because you’re a complete badass – don’t forget it. Place your order for an OffHand Gear Kiss My Brass AR15 Handguard today!
- Available in 3 sizes, 9", 12" and 15"
- Weight in raw - 7.0oz, 9.4oz and 11.4oz
- Free float design
- Smaller diameter fits smaller hands better (2" exterior / 1.75" interior)
- Beveled edges makes for a smooth finish, rings and gloves don't hang up on.
- Made from 6061 t6 aluminum
- Includes AR15 barrel nut and mounting screws
- Pre-drilled and tapped on both top and bottom. Picatinny / tac rail available (sold separately)
- CeraKote brand color coating. Comes in black as a stocked color. For other CeraKote color please see color chart and include color name and number in your order notes. (Please allow additional time for this option).
- Please note that a low profile gas tube will be necessary for installation.
- AR10 barrel nut and mounting screws available as an upgrade
- MOE Duo currently not available in Blackberry Pearl color.
Yes - Lifetime Warranty
Yes, any low profile gas block will work though.
No, you can use any standard armorer's wrench to install the hand guard.
No, unfortunately it wont :( Not to say we might have that available one day, but right now sorry to say it is not.
Yes, you can with the use of our tactical rail pieces. These are designed specifically to work with smaller radius of our hand guards. You can shop the tac rail options here.
Yes, if your Airsoft rifle has a standard mil spec threaded upper - Mil spec standard is 1.250" x 18 tpi.
I bought this handguard for my wife's build. Very pleased with the quality and just how cool the designs are!
It's on the way to be Cerakoted in Bright White and Bright pink lips with Alpine dusting from guncandy. Can't wait to get the build back done! Unknown on Feb 11th 2018
Ordered this plain and had it cerakoted locally to match the picture here. It looks totally bad ass in burnt bronze and red. I even had a pair of lips etched on the lower to match and that just makes the rifle look even better.
Assembled this for the wife and she was speechless. James Burk on Jul 17th 2017
Handguard Mounting Instructions and Tips:
Before mounting handguard insure your receiver is mil-spec. If not, confirm fit of parts before beginning mounting instructions. Some non mil-spec receivers require barrel nut to be backed away from the upper receiver to allow clearance of over sized front lugs.
Step: 1) Once you have the old free float-tube and/or barrel nut removed, clean any grease or oil from the threads of the upper receiver extension.
Step: 2) This step is optional to allow easier installment of handguard. LocTite® is not required for installation of handguard. Apply a drop or two of blue LocTite® to the receiver threads and screw the large aluminum barrel-nut on until it stops, then back it off until the gas tube holes line up.
Step: 3) Insert the barrel and slide the steel castle bolt over the barrel and thread it into the aluminum barrel-nut; now, use a .184″ or 3/16″ bit or punch to to keep the gas tube holes aligned .
Step 4) With the punch inserted in the gas tube holes turn the steel castle bolt by hand until you get a good, solid hand-tight alignment with the barrel-nut and receiver. Once you have the two aligned, let it set for a 2-24 hours. After the blue LocTite® has cured between the barrel-nut and receiver, the steel insert and barrel can be removed.
Step 5) For final assembly insert the barrel, thread the steel castle bolt into the barrel-nut and once it is finger tight. Optional: Then back it off three or four turns and place a drop of blue LocTite® on the threads of the steel insert, right where it becomes visible out of the barrel-nut.
Step 6) Now torque the steel insert down to desired torque (according to your rifle manufacturer’s specifications). This can all be accomplished with or without the use of punch in the gas tube but the barrel-nut can move while you are torquing the steel castle nut, and then you will have to loosen it up and re-time it. We recommend using the punch to insure proper timing.
Step 7) Once you have installed the gas tube, slide the handguard onto the barrel nut and aligned the 6 radial holes with the corresponding holes in the barrel-nut. Now the 6 countersunk screws can be installed. Tighten until snug. DO NOT over tighten. Stripped screws are not covered by the warranty.