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    im trying to remove the ar tube to put a AR sling ring , but there is a retaining ring embeded in the brace adapter . I cant seem to get it off
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    Hey I had to use a crescent wrench to get that nut off to even have the ability for the tube. For AR tube, make sure it isn’t staked.

    Unscrew the buffer with a flat head from inside the actual butt cap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slytiger View Post
    Hey I had to use a crescent wrench to get that nut off to even have the ability for the tube. For AR tube, make sure it isn’t staked.

    Unscrew the buffer with a flat head from inside the actual butt cap
    did all that ,, it looks like it is threaded into the ring and the brace....

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    If you are trying to install an AR end plate this does not appear to accept one. The MP5 adapter back plate appears to only accept the buffer tube and castle nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkpsp View Post
    If you are trying to install an AR end plate this does not appear to accept one. The MP5 adapter back plate appears to only accept the buffer tube and castle nut.
    i think you are right,,, any ideas for a 2 point sling ?

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    Several stocks accommodate a sling. Which do you have?

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    Having one of these. By your pictures it appears to me that you have tried to unscrew the tube and the positioning ring has rotated ( jammed ).
    Try to work it back and forth to see if the ring loosens up. It should just slip out.
    You can use a sling ring but you have to still use the positioning ring also tight fit but it works.

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    Put the whole assembly in the freezer overnight. Allowing the metal to contract, then in the morning put the buffer tube on the bench (the end your stock or brace slide on) and lightly tap on the side you have facing up and hopefully the antirotation ring will fall free allowing you to unscrew the buffertube.
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    Did you get it apart?

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