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Question Anyone fitted push button sling studs??

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Padster, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. Padster

    Padster Engaging Member

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    So I’ve decided that I’d like to fit a sling to the TX200HC and have searched around a number of forums and google generally for options. I’m happy to drill the stock at the butt end, but am undecided on what to do about mounting to the under-lever.. are there any options other than the half band?... I can’t find anywhere that does a proper mod for the fore-stock screws… i.e,. replace the hex screw with one that has an eye on it to accept a swivel.. has anyone seen such an item?.. and knows that it works?

    Also, with regards the butt studs… has anyone used the push button type? Such as these...

    http://www.unclemikes.com/getmedia/.../mo10112-lg.jpg?width=600&height=600&ext=.jpg

    cheers
    P
     
  2. leaky5

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    It depends what thread size the stock screw uses. I use an M4 threaded stud on my HW95. I will have a few of these studs in a week or 2 time if you would like to try one. If it works I normally sell them for about £4 if not you can just send it back to me.
     
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    Hi leaky... It was actually your paracord sling I was going to order!! (Cobra adjustable in olive).. Just thinking of how best to attach it.

    I'll check the thread size on the TX this eve, cheers.
     
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    Just checked and the ford stock screws on the TX are M5x14 SOC counter sunk hex screws
     
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    I am away from home at the moment, I will double check the thread size on Friday
     
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    A quick Google says they are m5 and I might have one at home you can try. They have a large collar / washer which I use to adjust the depth or they can be cut down.
    Let me know if you would like it to try
     

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