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    QD swivel that does not move at all?

    Was curious if anybody makes a swivel that will attach to a QD socket (in my ALG EMR) but will maybe be designed in such a way or incorporate some kind of screw that keeps it from moving at all?


    Does something like this even exist?


    ETA:

    Would this work?

    https://grovtec.com/collections/swiv...ck-push-button
    Last edited by bb223; 12-03-18 at 05:07.

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    Is the ALG cup (socket) not anti-rotate? Anti-rotate will jiggle a little but the swivel won't rotate. The Grovtec swivel you linked to is different in that you pull the knurled piece up to release rather than push a button down. The cup is what prevents rotation not the swivel.
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    Jack Leuba
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    Quote Originally Posted by GH41 View Post
    Is the ALG cup (socket) not anti-rotate? Anti-rotate will jiggle a little but the swivel won't rotate. The Grovtec swivel you linked to is different in that you pull the knurled piece up to release rather than push a button down. The cup is what prevents rotation not the swivel.
    ALG is limited rotation yes, but I want totally immobile.

    Quote Originally Posted by Failure2Stop View Post
    And that's the one.

    Thanks!

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    The Sig Sauer low profile QD sockets are fixed position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Failure2Stop View Post
    I'm curious how the Knights locks the rotation. Looking at the picture the post still has the rollers that allow the swivel to rotate but the set screw replaces the push button.
    Unless the set screw pushes the rollers out enough to lock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omegajb View Post
    I'm curious how the Knights locks the rotation. Looking at the picture the post still has the rollers that allow the swivel to rotate but the set screw replaces the push button.
    Unless the set screw pushes the rollers out enough to lock.
    The "screw" is actually a flared part that blocks the QD rollers in the outward position when engaged.
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