• Top Picatinny deletion for those who have an over hold grip
  • Will not block your line of sight even wrapping your thumb over the top
  • Texture pads is for a no slip grip
  • Free-float design
  • Compatible with all Mil-Spec AR-15 uppers


  • Material: 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Hard Anodize
  • Weight (Including Barrel Nut and Hardware):
    • 10.5-Inch: 12.1 oz.
    • 13-Inch: 14.67 oz.
    • 15.8-Inch: 1 lb 1.2 oz.
  • Inside Diameter: 1.34"
  • Height: 2.02"
  • Width: 1.67"


  • AR-15


  • 1x Aeroknox AX // 15 M-LOK AR-15 Handguard
  • 1x Barrel Nut
  • 2x Screws


With all the options on the market, it can be tough to choose the right AR-15 handguard for your dream build. If you’re not sure which way to go, Wing Tactical has an option that just might feed both your need for function today and your desire to be ready for tomorrow. The Aeroknox AX15 AR-15 Handguard delivers both tried and true function of the classic Picatinny top rail and the speed and flexibility of the M-LOK rail for a handguard that just might make your build come true.

The Design for Every Shooter

The Aeroknox AX15 AR-15 Handguard is designed with features that allow shooters the flexibility to operate as they are most comfortable. Aeroknox has integrated an open space in the Picatinny top rail to allow shooters to use an over the top thumb wrap without blocking the sightline. Aggressive texture on grasp points of the handguard provides grip for greater control. The Designers at Aeroknox want form and function to give you the options and control you need while allowing you to grow with the availability of new tech and accessories. We think they’ve done an awesome job.

Quality from Raw Materials to Finishing Touches

Aeroknox uses U.S. sourced 6061 Aluminum to precision craft the AX15 free-floating handguard. They give it a satin black anodized finish to work seamlessly with all your Mil-Spec black components. The AX15 ships with all the hardware you need to equip it to your AR-15 so you can get off the bench fast.

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