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 Best Ambi Sling Mount w/o Buffer Removal
ICE1811  [Member]
2/20/2009 2:07:06 PM
Any recommendations?
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bobapunk  [Member]
2/20/2009 2:21:46 PM
Would the MAGPUL ASAP work for you?
ICE1811  [Member]
2/20/2009 2:39:01 PM
No...you have to remove the stock and buffer tube...
JTrusty  [Dealer]
2/20/2009 3:34:32 PM
Best Ambi Sling Mount w/o Buffer Removal?


Midwest Industries makes a variety of sling mount that do not require removal of your buffer tube.
mvician  [Team Member]
2/21/2009 2:04:43 AM
Originally Posted By JTrusty:
Best Ambi Sling Mount w/o Buffer Removal?


Midwest Industries makes a variety of sling mount that do not require removal of your buffer tube.




jmorrell  [Member]
2/23/2009 10:33:53 AM
Tango Down makes a nice one that requires no tools to install.

Tango Down PR-4 Sling Attachment
Duffy  [Team Member]
2/23/2009 9:46:46 PM
It does require a wrench, but not the removal of the receiver extension. On an AR10, it takes up the gap left by the longer AR10 spec carbine extension nicely.

ICE1811  [Member]
2/24/2009 12:31:54 PM
I tried the TD, but it does not allow me to collapse the stock fully. I run my M4 slim.
shootemup123  [Team Member]
2/24/2009 1:07:08 PM
Daniel defense also makes one. I haven't tried one yet, but I'm about to order one. Everything DD makes has always been top notch, so I wouldn't hesitate to order one. 49.95 is what I've seen them at on Ebay.
DallasLooterShooter  [Team Member]
2/24/2009 2:38:49 PM
I highly recommend this Daniel Defense QD sling mount. And yes, you do have to remove the buffer tube, but it's a good thing to learn how your rifle works. Plus with this attachment you have no screws or bolts to loctite.
itschris  [Member]
2/25/2009 8:18:19 PM
Just curious... Why the aversion to some dissasembly?
Lancelot  [Team Member]
2/25/2009 9:41:19 PM
Originally Posted By jmorrell:
Tango Down makes a nice one that requires no tools to install.

Tango Down PR-4 Sling Attachment




This is the one.
esskay  [Member]
3/7/2009 12:19:37 AM
Originally Posted By DallasLooterShooter:
I highly recommend this Daniel Defense QD sling mount. And yes, you do have to remove the buffer tube, but it's a good thing to learn how your rifle works. Plus with this attachment you have no screws or bolts to loctite.


FWIW - OP mentioned that he wants to run his stock fully closed. I found that the DD QD end plate combined with LMT SOPMOD stock = no fully closed position. It would only lock at the next position out. Noveske has a new super slim end plate/QD sling mount, looks pretty slick for those looking for one. Personally, I'm sold on the Magpul ASAP/MS2 system.
MP15TDriver  [Team Member]
3/7/2009 8:22:56 AM
Newbie question - is there a How-To on disassemblying the stock for installation of conventional mounts (on an M&P 15T)?
DallasLooterShooter  [Team Member]
3/7/2009 9:49:14 AM
Originally Posted By MP15TDriver:
Newbie question - is there a How-To on disassemblying the stock for installation of conventional mounts (on an M&P 15T)?


First part of the 2nd post on this page:

http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=4&t=226782
MP15TDriver  [Team Member]
3/7/2009 9:52:39 AM
Now that's what I'm talking about.

Thanks, DLS!
AtlBravest  [Team Member]
3/7/2009 11:49:47 PM
Originally Posted By itschris:
Just curious... Why the aversion to some dissasembly?


I am looking for the same part, and the reason why I do not want to take apart the buffer tube is Noveske stakes everything. I do not want to have to put it in a vise and put some ass into the wrench to undo the staking.
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