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Uncle Mike's Sling Swivel Studs for Wood and Synthetic Stocks and Forend
    Uncle Mike's Sling Swivel Studs for Wood and Synthetic Stocks and Forend
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      SKU: 100-UM-25200
      UPC: 043699252008
      Manufacturer: Uncle Mike's

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    Uncle Mike's Sling Swivel Studs for Wood and Synthetic Stocks and Forends, Blued

    Set of one each of 1/2" wood screw fore
    end base and 3/4" rear wood screw base
    with white spacers only.

    Set No. 2520-0

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    Excellent quality and low price.
    5 out of 5
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    Date: August 1, 2019
    Excellent quality and low price. I bought this to mount a bipod on a 10-22 and worked like a charm. I bought four more for future use for slings or bipod. This kit also comes with white spacers that I think add just a touch of class to a beautiful wood stock.
    Recommended
    effective upgrade.
    5 out of 5
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    Date: June 20, 2019
    Great for adding sling mounts to the beast that didn't have them initially. Make sure to drill a pilot about 1/2 the screw diameter to avoid splitting the wood. An old carpenter trick is to lubricate the threads with a bar of soap. Countersinking the hole with a larger drill finished the job. I've chosen not to use the fiber washer as they tend to split over time. I tried to find a picture of one that I did and can't tell the difference between the factory mounts and these.
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