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AR-15 Picatinny Rail Sling Swivel Locks On Will accept Slings up to 1.25"

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Allows attachment of your sling on any Picantinny rail system for the ultimate in flexibility and it solidly locks on; works with slings up to 1.25".

Constructed of black, hard anodized, aircraft grade aluminum, with a standard 1.25 sling swivel. All mounting hardware is included. 

Item#: ARR-920,2-PM131,77694,9-48458
Total number of Reviews: 8

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5.0 5
"Great sling swivel. Fits on my M-4 Picatinney rail perfectly. Definately worth the money. Same great quality of the higher priced swivels. Must buy!!"
– Kiowa Plt
4.0 5
"Great item, but it would've gotten those 5 stars if it had an allen wrench come with it...( The wrenches are kinda hard to come by here in Afghanistan.)"
– Marine
5.0 5
"Mounted this on the rail of my M1A Loaded with rail system right behind the rail maounted bipod. They are snug against each other like they were designed with that configuration in mind."
– More Ammo
5.0 5
"This is a well-made, solid product. The photo shows it with an allen-head attachment screw. Mine came with a large knurled slotted screw. I like it -- and CDT's fast service."
– Yuma
1.0 5
"I attempted to install this swivel on my Sig 556 Swat. When first placed, it moved back and forth between rails. When I tried to tighten it, all the threads stripped out. Absolutely worthless."
– CJ
5.0 5
"I purchased two of these for my M-4 and Mossberg 590. Rock solid construction and design. Functions as it should."
– D. Wilburn
4.0 5
"This swivel locked on my SR-556 perfectly. Good solid product."
– happy camper
4.0 5
"WORKED PERFECT , Allowed me to place it where Iwanted it , TACTICALLEY ,GREAT For a two PT. Release sling,Love it for standard carry an then sweet for Quick response work"