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    No.4 mk2 cross screw replacement.

    Has anyone a source for the Traverse screw in the mk2 stock?

    Or, has anyone found a suitable replacement?

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    Springfild sporters used to have them complete with nut.

    MK2 Forearm bolt

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    I'm surprised there aren't more suggestions!

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    Not more suggestions mainly because they can be hard to find!

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    But, once again, simplicity itself to make. 4BA thread. o/a length 1.7", length of shaft 1.5". Make 10 and sell the other 9 on to needy Mk1/2, 3 and 2 owners

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    I've got some of them here. Would have to make the nut, though.

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    Here you go. 50 cents each.
    You will have to make the nut from a 4BA hex nut though.

    4BA x 1-1/2 Fasteners

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