Uncle Mike's .22 Tube Magazine Swivel - Magnum Band
Magnum Band fits tube magazines .420 to .470" diameter without dismantling gun. Set No. 1071-2 (1")
The QD Super Swivel Magnum Band from Uncle Mike's is the ultimate solution for firearm enthusiasts who need a reliable, versatile and durable swivel for their firearms. This product is designed to fit the majority of firearms with Magnum band-type magazine tubes, making it compatible with a wide range of rifles and shotguns.
One of the key features of this swivel is its quick-detach (QD) design, which allows you to quickly and easily attach or detach the swivel from your firearm with just a push of a button. This is a particularly useful feature for hunters, shooters and tactical professionals who need to switch between different firearms and configurations on the fly.
The QD Super Swivel Magnum Band is constructed from high-quality steel that's been precision-machined to ensure maximum strength and durability. The swivel also features a black oxide finish that provides excellent resistance to corrosion and wear, ensuring that it will last for years of use in any environment.
The swivel's compact and low-profile design won't interfere with your firearm's performance or aesthetics, and it won't add any significant weight or bulk to your firearm. The swivel is also easy to install, with no special tools or modifications required.
Overall, the QD Super Swivel Magnum Band from Uncle Mike's is an essential accessory for any firearm enthusiast who needs a reliable and versatile swivel that can handle heavy use and harsh environments. Whether you're hunting, shooting or engaged in tactical operations, this swivel is a must-have accessory that will make your life easier and more efficient.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
I am extremely satisfied with my UNCLE MIKE'S .22 TUBE MAGAZINE - MAGNUM BAND 1071-2 swivels. The delivery was very fast, arriving within four days of my online order. The mounts were straightforward to install thanks to the clear instructions that accompanied them, and they appear to be a perfect match for my Henry rifle, as if they were already installed at the factory. I would happily recommend this product to all my friends.
Easy Install on Henry Lever Action Octagon Frontier Model
I successfully installed these swivels on my Henry .22 lever action rifle with an octagon barrel. I'm genuinely perplexed by some of the reviews I've seen on this product. From my experience, they mounted without any issues whatsoever. I'm not a gunsmith, but I encountered no problems with stripping, using spacers, or drilling. The installation process took me no more than 10 minutes. One piece of advice I can offer is to wrap some electrical tape around your drill bit to mark the desired drilling depth, which can be useful for any depth drilling. (Feel free to use this tip in other drilling applications as well. LOL)
I installed this product on my Henry H001 .22lr rifle. The instructions for installing the front swivel were concise but clear. It may require a few attempts to achieve perfect centering and allow the swivel loop to move freely. As for the rear swivel, it requires minimal drilling, which can be done with basic preparation. However, the "White spacer" for the rear swivel failed due to overtightening in an attempt to achieve a perfect perpendicular angle to the rifle body, though I'm not sure if this was the intended design. Despite this, there doesn't seem to be any impact on the product's performance. All of the hardware, except for the knurled knobs, feels incredibly sturdy. However, I have no concerns about the strength of the knurled knobs.
Use the right tool
A number of individuals, including myself, have experienced issues with tightening the small hex drive screw. However, the problem lies not with the screw itself but with the low-quality allen wrench that is provided with the product. Despite "stripping" the screw, I was able to solve the problem by using a high-quality allen wrench from my own toolbox, a "Snap on" brand tool. Even with the damaged screw, I was able to apply the necessary torque to complete the installation without any further difficulties. This is the second time that I have installed this product, and I am completely satisfied with its performance, which lives up to the advertised claims.
Easy to install
The fit is great. I needed to use the small spacer for my Henry rifle. I was able to match the swivel to the newly crafted M1907 sling that I spent days perfecting. Since the tube clips available in stores were for Big Bore rifles, I almost decided to create a leather barrel sleeve. Despite a mail holiday causing a delay of one day, the delivery arrived on time. You will be pleased with how effortlessly you can install and how well this item complements your rifle's appearance. It looks as though it was custom-made for it.
Worked great on a Henry
These Mikes sling studs worked great on my Henry .22 rifle. This is the second set of Mikes sling studs that I have used, and I have been satisfied with both. While the actual parts that attach to the end of the sling could be improved, I only purchased them for the studs themselves.
Good Solid Mount for Henry or Uberti 22's
I have installed two sets of these mounts - one on my 22 Henry and another on my son's Uberti 22. The installation process was smooth for both rifles. It is important to take your time when drilling the stock and ensure that the drill bit remains perpendicular to the edge of the stock. After attaching slings to both rifles, we went on a shed hunting hike that covered several miles while carrying the guns. Throughout the hike, the mounts remained securely in place. I was initially concerned that the piece clamped onto the tube magazine might twist or slip, but to my relief, it did not. To ensure stability, I carefully installed the plastic strip underneath this mount before tightening it down, which seems to have done the trick.
For the money its decent
I purchased this product for use with my Henry 22 lever action rifle. While the rear stud was easy to install and remains secure (I used super glue to ensure it stays in place), the front clamp-on mount proved to be problematic. Despite my efforts to tighten it as much as possible, it still moves around and risks scratching up the magazine tube. Therefore, I strongly recommend sticking with regular studs for both the stock and hand guard.
Perfect for my Marlin G60
After spending a considerable amount of time searching for assistance to install swivel studs on my rifle, I was about to attempt filing down the shortest screw available in hopes of completing the task. However, I decided to make one final search and stumbled upon Uncle Mike's product, which proved to be a perfect solution.