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Uncle Mike's Quick Detachable Ruger Auto and Single Shot Carbines Sling Swivels (Blued, 1-Inch Loop)


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  • Fore-end adapter fits barrel band of 10/22, .44 Mag. and No. 3 carbines
  • ˝" wood screw for fore-end stock mounting
  • Swivel Lock spring-loaded plunger and a knurled, threaded sleeve eliminates accidental opening of the swivel
  • Closed Link technology creates a permanent ring bond
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Uncle Mike's pioneered the modern swivel in 1947 and has continued to make the strongest, most reliable swivels on the market. Any other brand is a weak link between you and your firearm. Swivel Lock is a spring loaded plunger and a knurled, threaded sleeve that locks down to completely eliminate accidental opening of the swivel. Uncle Mike's swivels are positively secured for the long haul. Closed Link technology creates a permanent ring bond that will never fail you. It was the first of its kind and started the entire generation of Uncle Mike's QD Swivels.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 0.2 x 8 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000H6NJ7I
  • Item model number: 14612/QD 115 RUG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,841 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy to install.
rustyduck
Easy to drill a hole in stock and install.
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Easy installation, well made product.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By mbj on December 25, 2010
This is the perfect after-market sling swivel for the standard Ruger 10/22 carbine. That little piece in the picture that is separate from the screws can be inserted into the front barrel band, so one only needs to drill one screw hole in the stock. (Note that when you do insert it, it spreads the barrel band slightly, making it a bit loose. One can easily overcome this problem by inserting a small piece of felt between the band and the stock before tightening it down.) The swivels are sturdy and well machined. They are spring-loaded, so can be removed from the screw bases easily, which allows the sling to lie flat when storing the rifle in a case.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Wanbol Dyak on January 22, 2013
The sling insert for the barrel band will not fit Ruger 10/22 with synthetic stocks and most of my research is advising me to shim the barrel band around or shave the swivel sling insert to make it tight. Shimming the barrel band did not work and did not go the route of shaving the insert because it will make it weak. Instead I stuck two layers of electrical tape inside the barrel band and it was a tight fit, no play and very strong hold. You will only do this once even when disassembling the rifle several times for cleaning because the electrical tape stays stuck inside the barrel band, very convenient. Hope this review helps.

Because of the tweaking, I am deducting two stars from my rating.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brian R. Goulet on April 9, 2013
I bought some Uncle Mike's sling swivels for my shotgun and they were ok. As I mentioned in that review the thumb screws are plastic and may not hold up. The provided white washers are ridiculous too. The hardware is black, the washers should be black. The white ones just look stupid so I don't even use them. Overall I was generally pleased with them so I took a chance on this set for my 10/22.

Junk!

The swivel stud WILL NOT fit on the barrel band. I've seen this reported by other people in reviews on other sites also. It is too thick so when it is attached the band cannot be tightened enough to stay on the rifle. The provided instructions say if you have this issue then you should file the metal down until it is thin enough and then you can use a black marker to color it back in where you filed the finish off. WHAT? are you serious? what kind of Mickey Mouse operation are we running that we file the part down and then color it with a magic marker? That is completely unacceptable. Regardless, I did do this as instructed. I filed a significant amount of metal off to the point that if I filed it anymore I believe it would have been so thin it would break under any sling stress. At that point I shaved a little plastic off the band too. Still, it was too thick and the barrel band would not tighten enough to stay put. You will end up with a stud too thin and a barrel band too loose and the first time you sling your rifle it is going to hit the ground by at least one of those items failing. As a last resort I attempted to mount the stud to the outside of the band but the band screw has an enlarged shank near the head so it would not go all the way through the stud.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mikey likes it on May 6, 2013
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Mounting this kit is turning out to be quite a hassle. What should have taken 15 minutes has turned into more of a 'project'.

I was a little hesitant to buy these considering the low price, but I figured what can go wrong with these simple fittings that won't be placed under any significant stress. Bad call on my part. I countersunk a hole in the rear stock to the exact specs stated in the instructions. Upon screwing in the attachment, the head snapped off and body of the screw is now stuck in the hole. I'm not sure how I'm going to fix this...I just ordered a screw extractor bit which costing me $15. If that doesn't work, I'll probably fill up the existing hole w/ epoxy and drill another an inch further down. This was a nice original 10/22 walnut stock from the 70s.

I did not attempt to overtighten the screw, I just used a normal amount of force typical when tightening a wood screw. I was just rotating it maybe 1/4 turn more after feeling resistance so that the swivel hole would be perpendicular to the rifle when it broke. My advice is to stop tightening as soon as you feel any resistance and to also drill the hole a little deeper than what they recommend. Do not expect these to be quality hardened steel. And use them at your own risk only on rifles you wouldn't feel too bad about ruining.

Also, in order to attach the front sling mount between the two ends of the barrel bracket as shown, expect to do a lot of filing to narrow the flange plus more filing to widen the gap between the ends of the BB. This is the only way to allow it to tighten enough to grab onto the stock and not fall off. If you don't have a flat file, then budget another few dollars to buy one.

I own other Uncle Mike's products that I'm happy with, but they are all cheap, 'soft' items - holsters, straps and bags - which I believe is what they are known for. I don't think they're a good brand for gun hardware or any critical parts that will be expected to last.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By clay on April 17, 2014
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I installed these on my Ruger 10/22 carbine. Very easy to install and they work great. Exactly as described in product description.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Flewelling on April 24, 2013
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Only needed the stud on the right of the picture but you can't find it separately. I even sent Uncle mikes a picture and no one could come up with it so I bought the set and gave the sling mounts away.
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