Browning B-78's were never issued with QD sling STUDS - they all had Pachmayr flush/recessed mounts that accepted a "T"-shaped stud on the sling loop with a half-twist. AFAIK , Harris didn't make a bipod expressly for those flush swivel mounts, so the OP's forend might have been modified to acept a QD stud to mount the bi-pod, either as a ...
The Aydt has a sling swivel stud on the butt stock right where the shoe needs to fit, so I am going to come up with some exceptionally clever way to use that stud to attach the shoe. I have the shoe roughed out and fit to the stock. I'm a thinking maybe a thin piece of soft leather between the shoe and the stock. Or felt? Glenn Uncle Mike's pioneered the modern swivel in 1947 and has continued to make the strongest, most reliable swivels on the market. Any other brand is a weak link between you and your firearm. Swivel Lock is a spring loaded plunger and a knurled, threaded sleeve that locks down to completely eliminate accidental opening of the swivel. swivel lock in stock today on the internet. Shop swivel lock available for purchase today! I inherited a really nice example of a B78 in 6mm. It has a beautiful walnut stock and deep glossy blue finish. The only thing this rifle needs to be complete, is a sling and swivels. I would like something in leather that matches the rifle and won't break the bank. It is a safe queen, so it never gets carried and rarely shot. Thanks I have them on a rifle I had Frank Pachmayr build for me several years ago. That flush fit twist type is not my favortie, because once when I was hunting with the rifle, I got a bit twisted up somehow or other (happens to all of us at one time or the other) and the front attachment was pushed up and turned to the point that the sling came off.
Here is a fiberglass stock by MPI. It is made for a Winchester Model 70 Featherweight rifle in 300 WSM. It has sling swivel studs installed as well as a Pachmayr recoil pad. It has been painted with Brownell's black grit paint. It is fit to a rifle that I have listed on Gunbroker.
The pistol grip and Alexander Henry-style forearm are hand checkered to a borderless design, 20 lines to the inch. Other features include a hammer-forged 22” barrel; quick detachable sling swivels; adjustable folding leaf rear sight mounted on a quarter rib with a ramp front sight base and dovetail-type gold bead front sight. The hammer is a nice case-hardened gray-mottled blue patina toning to brown on its radius. The triggerplate shows some generous traces of bright blue beneath the bow of the guard and around the rear sling swivel, the bow of the guard showing some light pitting, also present on the plate behind it. The BLR’s stock has a deep, glossy finish that brings out every nuance of the wood’s warm color and grain. The well-formed recoil pad helps reduce felt recoil and flinching. Steel sling swivel studs are pre-installed for easy mounting of your sling or bipod. Jan 11, 2015 - Explore deanerichardson's board "Firearms I wish I owned" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Firearms, Guns and Guns and ammo. What others are saying Historic Firearms - 1860 Henry rifle, 1858 Remington revolver, and 1873 colt single action army Love the scroll work! Prev Love the Historic Firearms - Rifle is either an 1873 Winchester or a Henry rifle (can't see enough of it), a Remington revolver and a Colt Single Action Army.