Uncle Mike's Non Tri-Lock Swivels, 1" Loops
Introducing the Uncle Mike's QD Swivel - Non-Tri Lock, the perfect accessory for your firearm. Made from high-quality materials, this swivel is designed to withstand the toughest conditions and provide long-lasting performance.
The QD Swivel - Non-Tri Lock is easy to install and works with most firearms. It features a non-tri lock design that allows for quick and easy attachment and detachment of your sling. This means you can easily switch between different slings and positions to suit your needs.
The swivel itself is compact and lightweight, making it easy to carry and use. It has a smooth, low-profile design that won't snag on clothing or gear. The swivel is also designed to be quiet, so you won't give away your position when you need to move quietly through the woods or in other situations.
Whether you're a hunter, a competitive shooter, or just someone who enjoys spending time at the range, the Uncle Mike's QD Swivel - Non-Tri Lock is a must-have accessory for your firearm. So why wait? Order yours today and experience the convenience and versatility of this top-quality swivel!
1" Loops - Blued Set No. 14022
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Excellent and Simple to Use
When I was setting up a sling for my .308 rifle, I found that these tri-lock sling swivels were incredibly easy to use. They fit comfortably onto both the weapon swivel mounts and the sling itself. The pins that hold locks onto the swivel mount are incredibly secure and have given me no issues whatsoever. In my opinion, these swivels are definitely worth the money. They're easy to install, they fit well, and they hold up to use and abuse. If you're in need of a reliable and sturdy set of sling swivels, I would highly recommend giving these a try.
A very sturdy set of swivels fit perfectly
These swivels are an ideal fit for a standard swivel base, offering a strong and secure connection. To install the swivels into a standard QD type base, you'll need to follow a few simple steps. First, unscrew the spring plunger with knurled sleeve. Then, depress the plunger, rotate the gate, and insert the pin into the base. Once the pin is in place, rotate the gate back to the closed position and tighten the plunger sleeve. And just like that, your swivels are ready to go! Simply attach your sling, and you're all set.
I received a recommendation from a friend to try these swivels for my new 870 Remington shotgun, and I'm happy to report that they worked flawlessly. Since I purchased the base model 870, the stock had a small hole on the bottom that I was able to fit one of these swivels through, although it was a bit of a tight squeeze. I also attached the other swivel to the end cap of the magazine tube. I've found that these swivels work exceptionally well with a 2-point sling, but if you attach a 1-point sling to the stock, it may hang a bit too low for your liking. Overall, I'm extremely satisfied with the performance of these swivels and would definitely recommend them to others.
Simple, sturdy and effective.
Sling swivels have been around for decades, and there's not much to say about them that hasn't already been said. They are effective, incredibly easy to attach, and even though they're not quick release, they're still not time-consuming to remove. I've owned multiple sets of these swivels, and they have held up well year after year, even with moderate use. In my opinion, for the money, there is no better way to secure a sling to a rifle or shotgun that doesn't require a quick detach setup. These swivels get the job done efficiently and effectively, and they're a reliable choice for anyone in need of a basic sling attachment solution.
Excellent product, does what you need.
I browsed YouTube for a tutorial on "how to install a sling swivel on a shotgun" and took a deep breath. Once I had the mount screwed into place (which was surprisingly easy), I moved on to installing my sling swivels. To my pleasant surprise, it was a breeze. The swivels clicked into place with ease, and the front mount was a rail type, allowing me to effortlessly swap out my rustic, hand-tooled leather sling for the fabric one that holds a bunch of shotgun shells, all in just ten seconds. Overall, this is a great, straightforward piece of equipment. It does exactly what you need it to do, and it's easy and convenient to use.
They work fine.. But why the change to plastic knobs.
Over the years, I have used multiple sets of these and they have always performed well. However, like others have pointed out, I am disappointed that they have switched to plastic knobs. The ring itself and the latch that attaches to the gun's eyes are of good quality and thickness, and still made of blued metal as before. I wanted to share my thoughts on the plastic knobs, which seems to be a common gripe among users. I remember the sling on my Marlin 30-30 when I was a kid, and they were much heavier and made entirely of metal. I suppose this is similar to comparing anything from 20 years ago; manufacturers always find a way to make things a little cheaper and faster. Despite the plastic knobs, these swivels will still work well for you. Just make sure you are purchasing the correct width, as swivels and slings come in different sizes.
Uncle Mike's enough said
Having tried multiple brands over the years, I have found Uncle Mike's to be the most reliable. In over 30 years of hunting, I have only experienced one breakage with their products, which is significantly less than other brands. However, I was disappointed to discover that the knobs on the stainless steel version are now made of plastic. In my experience, plastic is not as durable as other materials and is not suitable for this type of application. At the moment, I am content with the blued ones.