The Fenix ALG-16 M-Lok Rail Mount, is a great solution for mounting a flashlight to a rifle with a M-Lok guide rail. The quick release roller allows you to mount a flashlight for a secure fit. Made of hard-anodized aluminum, the Fenix ALG-16 M-LOK Rail Mount is strong and lightweight—perfect for harsh conditions where durability counts.
Works quite well! Got it on an AR 9 set up and can reach tactical tail switch of TK20 R with thumb to easily activate both switches!
Two weeks later and I still don’t have the part I ordered. Website assures 4-5 business days for delivery. Two weeks later and still nothing. Will NOT be buying anything from these guys again
Hi Michael - I see that you placed your order on Saturday June 24 and the item shipped on Monday June 26, which was our next business day after the weekend. The order was sent with the free shipping via USPS, and it appears that they have misplaced the package based on the tracking. It looks like you reached out to our customer service via email on Friday evening, July 7. Again, we are closed on weekends so we did not receive that email until yesterday and our employee in charge of looking into shipping issues was out of the office yesterday. She looked into the tracking today when she got in and emailed you stating that we would be looking into this and initiating a claim on the lost package and that we would be happy to send out a new one and asking if you would prefer a different carrier on the replacement shipment. She has not yet heard back from you on your preference.
Unfortunately with packages that are lost in transit through any of our carriers, we have no idea if a customer has not received the package unless they reach out to us. We would have been more than happy to initiate a claim with the carrier and get a new one sent out to you at any time after you reached out to let us know the package appeared to be lost. Delays or lost packages with a carrier are beyond our control, but we will always work with a customer to get the situation resolved as soon as we are aware of the problem.
If you are running a very thin, light weight, forend... you could have an issue. I bought my octagonal forend due to its weight (it was quite low) and that it was 100% M-loc. I went to mount this on the left most side and it was loose. I could not tighten it down enough for it to stay put. I was about to send it back but after inspecting my forend, I noticed the top left portion of appeared to be just a bit thicker... It was. I turned the mount over, mounted on the top left with the light facing the other way and not only did it snug down, the light is actually in the perfect spot for me to use it without the need of a pressure switch (which is good, ounces equal pounds). The thing is sturdy and attractive and honestly had I not ran into the first issue, I would have given five stars. It worked out PERFECTLY for me but I wanted folks to understand that extremely lightweight (which often means thin) forends may pose an issue. on a side note, I also tried monting to my wifes m-loc and it snugged down perfectly so I am betting this thing works on nearly ALL setups.
I use my flashlight everyday for work. The ability to reattach it to my rifle In seconds is priceless
I really like it, and glad I purchased it. Installs in 2 seconds. I like the holes in it so after you tighten it as much as you can, you use the allen wrench to REALLY clamp it on so it isn’t going anywhere.