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    Need Sling for my Ar Pistol

    I recently built an Ar15 Pistol cal .223.I neglected to think ahead when I wanted to add a sling.I was thinking a smaller 2 point.The problem is,my railed foreend has a place to mount a QD attachment but the Brace doesnt.Its a SB Brace it does have a hole in it but a QD wont snap into it.Help.

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    Maybe the “hole” doesn’t have a QD insert?
    Another option is an endplate with QD.

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    Odd that you replied as I was playing with somemore took sling off my Tavor and the Qd work.

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    Have you looked in to the female QD set ups from IWC (bolt on/in) or Blue Force Gear(qd on a cable girth hitch)?

    Or a paracord loop....roll your own or the Proctor all in one set up?

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    Are there any sling loops?
    Paracord loops work well.

    Edit: get a normal sling like vcas, run qd up front if youd like, attach the sling to the hole in the back with paracord or something.
    Last edited by MegademiC; 10-07-18 at 07:09.

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    I use one of these with my SB brace.

    MAG529 ASAP QD - Ambidextrous Sling Attachment Point

    https://www.magpul.com/products/asap-qd

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    I normally love 2-point slings on my ARs, however, I've been favoring a 1-point lately with my SBR and AR pistols. I just installed an endplate with QD socket, and use the Magpul MS4 sling in 1-point configuration (you can also use that sling in 2-point config). You can get the QD endplates from Magpul, BCM, Noveske, etc, and they are around $30.

    If you want to stick to 2-point, you could run paracord through the loop on the rear.
    Last edited by B Cart; 10-17-18 at 10:59.

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