HELP!! swival stud issues

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by 4xforfun, Oct 27, 2011.

  1. 4xforfun

    4xforfun Well-Known Member

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    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!!!!

    Thanks,
    Tod
     
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  2. WildRose

    WildRose Well-Known Member

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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.
     

  3. 4xforfun

    4xforfun Well-Known Member

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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.
     
  4. WildRose

    WildRose Well-Known Member

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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.
     
  5. 4xforfun

    4xforfun Well-Known Member

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    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???
     
  6. 4xforfun

    4xforfun Well-Known Member

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    Not McMillan...they are made by ...CHIT....I can't remember......It starts with an H I believe.

    God, it's hell getting old. :D
     
  7. WildRose

    WildRose Well-Known Member

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    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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  8. Korhil78

    Korhil78 Well-Known Member

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    The Sendero stocks are made by H-S Precision.

    It seems that they changed their thread pitch for their swivel studs two years ago. So stocks older than two years require one type, while newer stocks require a different type. Call them and they will send you the studs for the right type of stock.

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  9. WildRose

    WildRose Well-Known Member

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    HS Precision?

    Remington agrees with you.

    To the poster above Remington says call HS Precision.

    If you can't get one in time let me know I can loan you one till you get a replacement since I have two senderos here and won't be using the rear stud on either.
     
  10. 4xforfun

    4xforfun Well-Known Member

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    JOB DONE!!!

    I contacted H-S and they are mailing me two sets in the AM!!!!

    Thanks guys!!:D
     
  11. Nimrodmar10

    Nimrodmar10 Well-Known Member

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    When I read this post I had 3 Sendero swivel studs in my pocket where I've been shooting my 7 RUM off a bench rest. I took one and screwed it into a thread gauge. The thread size is 10-32 and the threads are 7/8" long. Just specify that when you purchase new ones.