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  • GrovTec Mil-Force Sling Swivel Set - 1.25" GrovTec Mil-Force Sling Swivel Set - 1.25" 2

    GrovTec Mil-Force Sling Swivel Set - 1.25"

    Low-profile swivel stud set with 600-pound pull strength. Bigger doesn't always mean better. Nobody likes bulky sling hardware, so GrovTec took their Mil-Force swivels, made them from cast steel, ground the edges for smooth lines, and made sure they were...

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The classic sling swivel, available for all shotguns, tactical and hunting rifles.

The swivel sling mount is arguably the oldest and most popular sling attachment method out there. So, it only makes sense that it's become popular with modern tactical rifle owners and hunters alike. Grab 1.25" swivels, which are compatible with all of Magpul's Multi-Mission slings, and most ballistic nylon webbed slings.

Shotgun and rifle sling swivel sets

Got an old pump gun or double-barrel that desperately needs a sling installed? Check out the GrovTec Shotgun Locking Swivel Sets. It includes swivel mounts and studs for both wood stocked and tactical shotguns. Of course, every rifle deserves a proper sling setup. We've got reliable locking swivel sets from GrovTec, Allen, Uncle Mike's, and Magpul.

Quickly convert your Magpul MS sling

Magpul's MS slings are some of the most popular - especially for tactical rifles - because they're capable of being quickly reconfigured with new mounts and setups. Tired of paraclips or snap hooks? You can quickly convert your Multi-Mission Sling to QD or upgraded Magpul QDM sling swivels, providing great compatibility with mounts, latch plates, and handguards.

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