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Old 02-01-2013, 09:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for KP2 Bolt Cocking Lugs

Anyone know where I can purchase a new cocking lug for my kp2 bolt? The one that I currently have is all mangled and requires pliers to screw in

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Is yours the spring loaded peg or the set screw type? If its a set screw type the correct length set screw should be all you need.
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Its a set screw type.
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I'd suggest using a hardened long bolt,the type that the thread only goes partially up the bolt, then trim it the correct length leaving a section of the unthreaded part for the exposed 'lug'.slot it with a dremel like the original.
It wont damage the tubes the same as a fully threaded set screw will.
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