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Old 10-27-2011, 12:41 PM
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HELP!! swival stud issues

I guess the issue is is that I lost the ones off of my hunting gun. Mid 90s Remington Sendaro and a mid 90s remington Varment synthetic. They are the same, as I do have one set that fit both guns. I had gotten a set from Bronells. I visited with them a bit about them before I placed the order. I told them I thought that the ones I needed were differant than the ones I had seen on thier website. He sad I was mistaken...they are all the same...we have lots...here, buy these. So I did. I don't even need to open the bag to know that they are NOT RIGHT.


Does anyond have a sorce for them, or a part number, or some for sale??? Season starts next Friday, and I am desperate!!!!

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Tod

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Old 10-27-2011, 01:06 PM
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Re: HELP!! swival stud issues

Any screw in stud swivel replacement should work.

What I did on mine though was get the bigger ones that are tapped in, and use the qd release mounts.
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Re: HELP!! swival stud issues

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Any screw in stud swivel replacement should work.

What I did on mine though was get the bigger ones that are tapped in, and use the qd release mounts.

That is what the Bronells guy said, also......trust me....they don't. I have several differant studs lying around...the studs on the sendero have a slightly corser thread than any of the others I have around. I'm not talking corser like a wood screw thread....just a little corser than all the others I have lying around, and they DO NOT WORK.
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That is what the Bronells guy said, also......trust me....they don't. I have several differant studs lying around...the studs on the sendero have a slightly corser thread than any of the others I have around. I'm not talking corser like a wood screw thread....just a little corser than all the others I have lying around, and they DO NOT WORK.
I pulled one out of my .300 Rum and looked at it. They appear to be about a 3/16x24 thread.

I believe McMillan makes the Sendero Stock so call them or call Remington and they should be able to help you.
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Re: HELP!! swival stud issues

Just went back into the parts bin....the studs that everyone says should work is a metric 5mm x .80 pitch. The 5mm nut screws right on. The studs for my sendaro look like SAE threads, but I do not have anything that small in parts room to check it against.

Anyone???
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I pulled one out of my .300 Rum and looked at it. They appear to be about a 3/16x24 thread.

I believe McMillan makes the Sendero Stock so call them or call Remington and they should be able to help you.
Not McMillan...they are made by ...CHIT....I can't remember......It starts with an H I believe.

God, it's hell getting old.
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Re: HELP!! swival stud issues

Here's how I rigged mine. Not only does it make the sling more practical when using it to steady up for a shot, the rifle is far more comfortable and secure when slung flat against your back.
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