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Stock sling loop question.

Discussion in 'GATE AR-15 Forum' started by commando57, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. commando57

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    I have a lower that has a collapsible stock that I would like to put a non-folding stock on. The non-folding stock has a "sling loop" mounted on it. Is there a replacement part I can get that has a snap sling fitting instead of the loop (same type of fitting that comes on a lot of bolt rifles' forend) that I can replace the "sling loop" fitting?
     
  2. Constructor

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  3. commando57

    commando57

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    That is exactly what I was looking for. I will call them tomorrow. I clicked around your web page some and was wondering about that 6.8. Can you fire form that brass from 223 or do you have to buy new brass?
     
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    No 6.8 brass is larger dia. SSA(Silver State Armory in Washington LOL) sells good brass and ammo with premium bullets like Barnes and Nosler. If you hunt deer or hogs the 6.8 is the way to go.