Daniel Defense Rear Receiver QD Swivel Attachment Point

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Daniel Defense Rear Receiver QD Swivel Attachment Point

Daniel Defense Rear Receiver QD Swivel Attachment Point

Regular Price: $51.00
Our Price: $47.00 

SKU: DD-4062-S
UPC: 815604016810
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as of 07/20/2017 7:36PM CST

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The Daniel Defense Rear Receiver QD Attachment Point allows for ambidextrous attachment of the popular push button sling swivel. This steel constructed swivel attachment mounts rear of the receiver on a carbine AR15 with a collapsible-stock receiver extension.  The swivel’s rotation is limited by the buffer tube, which aids in preventing tangles.  It provides a rear receiver quick detach sling loop for attaching a tactical sling.

Steel Construction
Heavy Phosphate Coated
Weighs only .8 ozs!
Made in the USA!

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1. Alpha on 12/12/2009, said:

Great product! Although it doesn't say it in the description (not even on DD's website), it does come with the QD swivel. I know it shows the swivel on the pic. But I've learned never to assume things are included just because the picture shows it. The QD swivel is heavy duty. Its also large enough so that once installed, it will not rotate 360-degrees. The swivel actually stops turning once it hits the castle nut. That way your sling won't get all twisted up. Install is easy if you put your lower together yourself. Loosen the castle nut with your spanner wrench/multi tool, and take the buffer tube off. When you take the old back plate off. Make sure the safety detent spring doesn't go flying off.
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