Uncle Mike's .22 QD Magazine Swivels - Full Band
Standard full-band mounts on most .22 tube diameters .430 -.445" rifles except Winchester 94/22M. U.S.
Introducing the Uncle Mike's QD Super Swivel - Full Band, the perfect solution for attaching slings to your firearm. Made with high-quality materials and precision engineering, this swivel offers a reliable and secure connection between your rifle and sling.
The full band design ensures maximum strength and stability, making it ideal for heavy-duty applications. It is easy to install and use, with quick-detach capabilities for added convenience. You can quickly and easily detach the sling from your rifle whenever necessary without sacrificing stability and reliability.
The QD Super Swivel - Full Band is suitable for use with a variety of firearms, including rifles and shotguns, and is compatible with most sling designs. It is built to withstand heavy use and harsh outdoor conditions, making it a perfect addition to your hunting or shooting gear.
Whether you're heading out on a hunting trip or spending a day at the range, the Uncle Mike's QD Super Swivel - Full Band offers a reliable and convenient way to attach a sling to your firearm. Order yours today and experience the convenience and security of this high-quality swivel.
Set No. 1341-2 (1")
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Works great on Marlin model 60 with included shim.
I installed these sling mounts on my old Marlin 60, and with the added shim, the tube swivel worked perfectly. I carry my rifle around my property frequently, and everything has held up well so far. The tube swivel has not moved at all, which was my biggest concern before purchasing this product. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for reliable sling mounts. In fact, I'm even considering buying a second set for my nephew's old model 60.
Fit my Winchester 190 perfectly
I purchased these sling mounts for my Winchester 190, and they fit perfectly. As long as you follow the provided directions, installation should be straightforward. One thing to keep in mind is that it's crucial to ensure that the screw holding the front band is screwed in the correct direction. If it isn't, the band will be loose, and even the shim that comes with the product won't be of much help. Although my sling came with its own swivels, I found that the ones provided with this product worked nicely with it. I only used the screw for the buttstock and the band for the magazine tube, as the swivels that came with my sling were better. Overall, I'm pleased with my purchase.
predrilled with a Dewalt 1/8" tapered drill followed up with a 3/16 drill about 1/2 inch deep and super glue screwed right in NP
When using this product, it's important to keep in mind that the attachment hardware consists of small diameter screws, so it's essential to be gentle and use a little blue loctite. It can be tricky to get the circle piece to tighten up on the mag tube without rotating under pressure, but using some tape under it and squeezing with pliers can help. When installing the screw, it's important to gently tighten it up. For attaching the product to the stock, it's recommended to center-punch the area and predrill with a Dewalt 1/8" tapered drill followed up with a 3/16" drill about 1/2 inch deep. After that, the screws can be super glued in with no issues. However, the reviewer was not impressed with the sling mounts. Although they work, the attachment bolt/screw to the mounts does not tighten up enough and can be a little sloppy.
great customer service - fine product - one caveat-be careful assembling!
I purchased this product for my Savage Stevens Model 887 .22 rifle from the 1970s, and it fits well. However, I want to caution potential buyers that the little threaded insert (made of soft brass?!) for the front band is quite delicate. I made the mistake of test-assembling it with too much torque, and it deformed and became unusable when I took it apart to remove the tube magazine (which is necessary to put it over the end of the mag). So, please be careful when assembling the product and avoid applying too much force. Fortunately, the customer service team was able to send me a replacement product, and I was able to carefully assemble it without any issues. The end result is rock solid and reliable when assembled correctly. The swivels are now attached to the .22, and the sling is secured to the swivels. Overall, I am very happy with this product, and as a certain old fellow on YouTube says, "Life's good."
Only means of mounting a sling to my Marlin model 60
After my first squirrel hunting trip with my Marlin Model 60, I quickly realized that a sling was a necessary addition. This sling mount is really the only option for mounting a sling on a Model 60, and I am happy to say that it works as intended. It is important to note that you will need to remove the tube magazine from your rifle to slide on the magazine mount. This can be a difficult task, as you must push a pin on the hanger of the magazine out. I was successful using a very small screwdriver, but reinserting the pin took a half-hour. It is worth mentioning that there are specific tools available for removing this pin, but they come at an additional cost. Furthermore, to mount the lower swivel, you will need to drill into the wooden stock. I was initially nervous about doing this but managed to drill the hole straight and mount the swivel successfully. Overall, this sling mount is an excellent choice for those who own a Model 60 and want to add a sling to their rifle.
Exactly What I Needed
When I ordered this sling mount for my Henry Lever Action .22, I was initially hesitant due to the lack of reviews. However, I am now very pleased with my purchase. Although the magazine clamp required a little widening with a flathead screwdriver (which is often necessary for most guns), I was able to install it successfully. I advise being gentle during this step to avoid breaking the rings. The instructions provided were clear and easy to follow for the installation of all components. Using the sling mounts is straightforward and inspires confidence when using my rifle. The black rectangle pictured in the product image is actually a small plastic shim that can be used to fit the mount to a slightly smaller tube magazine. For those with a Henry like mine, I recommend ignoring the instructions that suggest unseating the magazine at the rear for installation. Instead, removing the front sight is easier and still allows the ring mount to slide down the mag tube. Just be sure to widen the ring enough to avoid scratching the tube. Overall, this is an excellent product with a good finish. If you have basic mechanical skills (as all gun owners should), installation takes only five minutes with a screwdriver, drill, and two bits. I want to provide an update three years after my initial purchase. The components are still functioning as intended for their intended use. However, after modifying my rifle and frequently removing and remounting the front tube ring, it eventually sheared and broke in two. This was entirely due to my actions, and I recommend users avoid frequently removing the front tube ring to prevent metal fatigue and failure. The swivel eyelet remains functional, and I have even bedded it into the walnut forearm of my rifle. The rear swivel has had no issues since installation. Overall, I still highly recommend this product as a five-star option.
Kind of tough to install (requires removal of magazine tube on henrys), but works well.
I have successfully installed this sling mount on my Henry .22 caliber rifle with a 20-inch barrel. The instructions provided were detailed and helpful for screwing the post into the buttstock, but they lacked specific guidance for mounting the sling on the magazine tube. Therefore, you will need to refer to your rifle's specific instructions to learn how to remove the magazine tube, slide on the sling mount, and reattach the magazine tube. If you are comfortable with light gunsmithing, then I highly recommend this product. However, if you are not inclined to tackle such tasks, then I suggest finding a sling that does not require removing the magazine tube, as this one does. Overall, this is an excellent option if you do not mind some light gunsmithing, and the end result is a high-quality sling mount that is well worth the effort.
Best mount on market for tube-fed firearms" - OIF Combat Veteran
This product is undoubtedly the best sling hardware available for tube-fed rifles. However, I would like to address some negative comments that have been made about the product. Some people have mentioned that the set screw for the front mount can strip out. It is important to note that this screw is not designed to be tightened with extreme force, so a little bit of finesse is required. Additionally, if the screw is cross-threaded, it will strip. So, if you lack mechanical skills, be careful when installing the product. Another complaint I have seen is that the front mount can slide on the tube. This issue can be easily resolved by following the instructions provided and using the included shim. I know that many people like to discard instructions, but in this case, they are necessary. If you have a mag tube with a diameter below a certain size, the shim will be required for proper installation. So, please read the instructions carefully and use all of the appropriate parts. The construction of the sling mount is of high quality, and if installed correctly, it will be a great addition to your firearm. However, it should be noted that the level of difficulty can vary depending on your particular rifle or shotgun. Some may require screw-bracing to remove the tube, while others may need pin-work. In my case, I installed the mount on a .22 Marlin Model 60, which can be a bit tricky to disassemble fully. But with some experience, it was not too difficult to install. In summary, this product is of excellent quality and will meet your expectations if installed properly. If you follow the instructions and use the included shim (if necessary), you will be completely satisfied with your purchase. However, if you are too proud to follow directions or cannot install a screw without cross-threading it, perhaps you should not own a firearm. Lastly, it is worth mentioning that my four-year-old daughter knows not to cross-thread, so it is not too much to ask of adults.