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Air Venturi Front Sling Swivel Stud
Mount a sling to your Seneca airguns. Switch out the foregrip screw located near the manometer for this screw to install.
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Things I liked: Its what was depicted and fits where it should ...
Things I would have changed: This part is not what you need to put a sling on a Dragon Claw . It's attachment position is to low on the forearm (close to the trigger) to balance properly , because of the weight of the barrel and air reservoir causing it to not hang in an upright position . I would suggest a clamp that would fit closer to the end of the barrel on the lower air reservoir as an attachment point ...
Things I liked: Proper fit
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Nothing
Things I liked: The front "swivel" is not a swivel at all. Actually, it looks like the original machine screw, with a welded-on nut, whose corners have been rounded, along with the threads smoothened out of the center.
Things I would have changed: I find that the cost of the "swivels" are quite high, especially with added-on shipping charges. Had I a welder, I too could have welded on a nut on the top of a similar machine screw, and ground off the corners and the threads. From the butt of the Seneca Dragon Claw, to the front "swivel" machine threaded screw, the sling hookup distance is much too short. So with an attached sling, the gun want's to be carried with the barrel facing down. For barrel up carry, a longer distance span for hooking up a sling would be necessary. Also, the swivels should already be attached to the rifle, at the factory. Installation of the rear swivel by an amateur can invite a disaster. Drilling a hole in the butt without the proper equipment can easily ruin a beautiful piece of rifle furniture. Also, ordering swivels (or any parts) only by looking at a flat computer screen, can easily invite mistakes and errors. We can't touch it, or physically see it.
What others should know: If you order swivels that need your personal installation, for the Seneca wooden butts, recommended that you seek help, unless you have the proper equipment and tools to drill the butt, accurately. For the butt, I bought a commercial off-the-store-shelf, much beefier wood thread stud, instead the small factory recommended stud. The ones off a store shelf also come with a decorative white washer. And it costs only three bucks, locally. Which is quite a savings!
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What thread is this?
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