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HARRIS FLANGE NUT RADIUS- ED, WOOD FOREND

HARRIS FLANGE NUT RADIUS- ED, WOOD FOREND
Item #:HE2R
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MPN:NO. 2R
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Has radiused flange for mounting to wood fore-ends under magazines or gas tubes.

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HARRIS FLANGE NUT RADIUS- ED, WOOD FOREND

By Eric R. on Jul 29, 2019
This HARRIS FLANGE NUT RADIUS- ED, WOOD FOREND is very strong while holding a Harris Bi-Pod in place solidly during shooting. Use a dremel tool to remove slight amount of wood from barrel channel where mounting the stud to the point where it is flush within the barrel channel, finally apply epoxy to the base plate and thread in the stud being sure the holes of the stud are facing out away from the stock. You can even mount your Harris Bi-Pod on the stud directly after you install the stud and let rifle sit in order to cure the epoxy according to it's curing time instructions. Vaseline can be used to coat the internal threads of the base plate before applying the epoxy to the base plate thus preventing any epoxy hardening within the base plate stud threads. After epoxy is applied to the base plate screw the stud in tight with the holes facing outward from the rifles stock, mount your bi-pod to the stud while the epoxy drying, this will allow you to know immediately that the stud with it's holes is mounted in the correct orientation. Sand the base plate smooth with the top surface of the barrel channel. If the base plate is not seated flush with the barrel channel the base plate can easily interfere with the operating rod of a semi auto rifle and not cycle fully and the rifle will never fire when pulling the trigger because the base plate interfered and prevented a full cycle of the action. This happened with my M1A installation, once the base plate is seated/epoxied level with the barrel channel you'll have a perfect installation and no functioning issues with semi auto rifles. Gunsmith charges $50.00+ for this type of installation. Do it yourself and save $50.00 and apply it to ammo or new targets. On bolt action rifles do all the same as above, Harris sells studs for both wood and plastic stocks so be sure to order the right one for your type of stock.

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