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The XTM Enhanced Rail Panels are low-profile, two-piece covers that attach anywhere on a 1913 Picatinny rail without having to remove previously mounted accessories. Replacing the original XTM Panels, The Enhanced XTM Panels feature an aggressive anti-slip texture and dual-side routing clips for retention of light/laser cables.

The design and reinforced material construction ensure the panels will remain in place under all operating conditions, but allows for easy removal using the tips of two rounds when necessary. Each set comes with four (4) two-piece panels which will cover ONE side of a carbine rail.

Made in the USA.

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3/5 Stars Date: May 12, 2023 Reviewed by: Nick P. They serve their purpose, but with some elbow grease required!

These panels are probably the best option Ive come across. Or, that is to say, the most-reliable. While theyre VERY easy to attach to a rail and are also just as reliable youd have to put real effort into pulling these off by hand, theyre a pain-in-the-behind to remove. Supposedly, youre able to use the tips of your bullets to dig under the latch on either side of each panel. This is a lot easier with an ice pick type of tool, but either way, youll be jabbing away at that plastic for some time before it comes off. Dont be afraid to break them, IMO. The more you put on and remove them, the easier it gets over time. Just be warned that you should do it a few times to break them in.