How do I mount a sling?

Almost all our buttstock that MDT offers have a Quick Disconnect (QD) cup milled into it.  Our Skeleton Rifle Stocks (SRS) usually have four (2 on each side) and the Skeleton Carbine Stocks (SCS) have at least one on each side with possibly another on the bottom.

 

Every MDT Chassis (with the exception of the ACC) comes with a sling stud mounted in the forend.  If you were wanting to mount a QD sling there are always options for adding them.

 

Gen 1 Chassis (no M-LOK)

LSS

LSS-22

LSS-RF

LSS-XL

HS3

TAC21

You can use our bolt-on Picatinny rails, the 5" and 6.5" versions have a QD cup built-in, they are available here.

 

 

Gen 2 Chassis (M-LOK)

LSS

LSS-RF

LSS-XL 

TAC21

ACC

You are able to use M-LOK accessories on any of our second-generation chassis with the M-LOK forend.  There are a couple of versions available, you can use the dedicated sling up here, or you can use a Picatinny rail that has one built-in (Every rail 4" and longer has at least one) available here.  Also, if you want to add a little balance to your rifle, you can add our M-LOK Exterior Forend Weights which each one had a QD built-in, available here.

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  • How do you mount a sling to an Oryx mini chassis?  There is no QD point on the rear of the buttstock.

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  • On all current production for the Orxy, there is a slot on the bottom of the buttstock to add various M-LOK accessories. We have the M-LOK QD mount that will work for it - https://mdttac.com/m-lok-qd-sling-mount/

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