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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrala View Post
    No, it's mil-spec. HK mil-spec to be exact ;)
    There in lies one of the issues with HK, it’s proprietary specs.

    I have two older HK 416/556 mil spec buffer tubes and they accept anything true “mil spec”.

    I have one HK commercial/“HK mil spec” and it only accommodates commercial spec stocks.

    I am glad that most retail vendors selling HK stocks note the difference.
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    AFIK reinforced buffer tube is part of OTB package. I was first an option, then became standard. MR223 had it from start back in 2009. As far as MR556 I suspect that tube used initially could be US made part and initially. Is tube used now fitted with stock play reducing detents?

    BTW I managed to put "mil-spec" Magpul CTR (or was it MOE?) stock on my "commercial" HK tube in my old MR223. It was not "quick adjustable" but sill could be adjusted by hand with some force. It was rock solid. Of course detents were completely unscrewed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrala View Post
    AFIK reinforced buffer tube is part of OTB package. I was first an option, then became standard. MR223 had it from start back in 2009. As far as MR556 I suspect that tube used initially could be US made part and initially. Is tube used now fitted with stock play reducing detents?

    BTW I managed to put "mil-spec" Magpul CTR (or was it MOE?) stock on my "commercial" HK tube in my old MR223. It was not "quick adjustable" but sill could be adjusted by hand with some force. It was rock solid. Of course detents were completely unscrewed.
    All of my HK 416/556 buffer tubes, mil spec and commercial have the detente/ball bearings in them.

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    so, I'm late to the party, as usual anymore.....

    I like quick adjust 2-points. personally, I use the BlueForce Gear Vicker's sling. There are lots of other quick adjust 2-points out there now, I just prefer the VCAS.

    as for mounting. Mine is QD'd to the forward end of my rail (Gieselle), and looped through the slots at the rear of my stock. I like my sling to be as close as possible to either end of the rifle. some prefer to have the forward attachment back further. it is a preference thing...
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    I had to buy Magpul CTR Commercial, and paired it with Magpul QD.
    Happy bear now.HK MR223 Sling-20190824_150308.jpgHK MR223 Sling-20190824_150256.jpgHK MR223 Sling-20190824_150249.jpg

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