PUSH & GO
Sling swivel + socket
6,0 mm / M5
plus shipping cost
- Suitable for: Sling width 23 mm
- Colour options: Black
Installation is straightforward by simply replacing the Blaser stud with the M5 port.
Sockets for fitting out the gun stock should be ordered separately.
DETAILED INFORMATION BLASER R8/R93 SOCKET FIXED POSITION
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DETAILED INFORMATION SLING SWIVEL
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Mounted easily and quickly in a few simple steps!
- Installation in Blaser R8/R93:
- 1. Unscrew original Blaser stud from front stock
- 2. Screw in Halder socket.
- 3. The use of adhesive for securing is recommended.
Material Sling swivel
Stainless steel 1.4542, black
Stainless steel 1.4305, black
Whether shooting range, raised hide, cleaning or transport, the rifle sling must be removed frequently. The PUSH & GO sling swivels offer the fastest and safest solution for this. The tensile forces are up to 170 kg for the 6.0 mm version.
Yes, 9.5 mm and 6.0 mm systems can be combined on one gun. This means that theoretically you could use a different type of socket on the front stock than on the rear stock.
Basically yes. Therefore we offer numerous variants to cover the complete spectrum. For example, our 6.0 mm versions are ideal for slim rifles. In addition, we offer a flexible mount solution especially for shotguns.
In principle yes, you will find the necessary technical data such as hole diameters on the back of the packaging. However, we still recommend installation by a gunsmith with the appropriate tools.
Yes, the complete development and production takes place at our company in Achstetten-Bronnen near Ulm in Germany.
No, all parts (including the spring inside) of our PUSH & GO sling swivels are made of stainless steel. An almost 100-hour salt spray test, which was passed without damage, proves this more than clearly. By means of a special process, the sling swivels of our PUSH & GO range are manufactured in such a way that no disturbing noises can occur. An endurance test with over 100,000 repeat cycles confirms this in an impressive way.
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