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Posted: 2/22/2016 10:23:46 AM EST
Okay,

I have a fixed stock M16A4 (Clone) with a KAC R5 hand rail on it. I would like to utilize my Magpul MS4 QD sling with it. I know there are options for rail mounted QD points for the rail. But what about the wrist area and rear of an A2 fixed stock?

Anyone have any advice/suggestions on the best ways to attach QD points to the wrist and rear?..... So I can use my MS4 as a single point and two point sling?

Thanks for any advice.

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Here's one that will fit at the wrist of the stock but it's going to add some length to it.

A1-A2 Burnsed Loop
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This is what I used on my Cav Arms A1 style stock. No issues installing it but its towards the rear of the stock.
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I have these on my A1 stock. Just drill, place a little epoxy to threads, then I place more epoxy to the back of flush cup. grovtec us
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This. I wish I knew about them when I did the same as the post below.

Originally Posted By stone76245:
I have these on my A1 stock. Just drill, place a little epoxy to threads, then I place more epoxy to the back of flush cup. grovtec us


But this was pretty damn easy. I just used loctite 2 part epoxy on the threads, let it set, then added a bit extra against the cup inside the stock.

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I have used these before and they are great. The rear section is flared and the screws tighten up the mount nicely.


Link Posted: 2/24/2016 9:06:13 PM EST
ive got this somewhere if I can find it - you can have it
Link Posted: 2/26/2016 9:45:03 AM EST
Thanks for all the responses............certainly there are some choices.
I do appreciate you all taking the time to share these ideas with me.

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Originally Posted By Finslayer83:
ive got this somewhere if I can find it - you can have it
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Thanks, that looks like an interesting option.
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