Quick detach, flush mounted sling cups offer the shooter easy attachment and removal of a sling while remaining unobtrusive and snag free on the rifle stock. Unlike a traditional QD stud, flush cups are below the surface. For instance, when located on the bottom rear of a stock, a traditional stud can drag on a rear bag, with the sling removed, the flush cup does not have this problem.
For this project we ordered the following items from Brownells:
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