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    Sling swivel Id ?

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    This comes off a leather target sling. Can anyone tell me what fitment is needed to attach it to the rifle.

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    Dunno for sure. Can't say as I've ever seen one like it. It may not be made any more. Seems most are push button these days. Might be purely European/English too.
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    It appears (emphasis on 'appears') to be a competition sling swivel. Shooters in competition will use a support sling that is attached to the upper arm of their shooting jacket, adjusted for length and then attached via a two piece sling swivel to the rifle. The actual swivel - what is shown above - is on the sling and connects to a swivel base mounted on the rifle allowing the shooter to disconnect from the rifle without having to readjust the sling. I've used this arrangement when I competed in three position Small Bore decades ago.

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    Thanks Sunray.
    Paul S. I think you are right and as sun ray stated I think it is an obsolete Parker Hale type affair.

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    Sling Swivel

    Looks like it is an Anschutz sling swivel that fits into the base that fits into a fore end rail.Have one here that appears the same with Anschutz markings on it.

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    Id say Anschutz - I have 2 x Anschutz small bore rifles with handstops that accept the same (both came with single point competition slings with identical sling attachments as that pictured in post above)


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