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PWS MOD2 Ratchet-Lock Endplate & Castle Nut
PWS MOD2 Ratchet-Lock Endplate & Castle Nut
 
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Description
 
The Primary Weapons ratchet-lock mounting system eliminates the need for staking the castle nut, and ensures secure fit and correct indexing. In addition, the ratchet-lock is easy to remove if needed.
Technical Specs
  • Set includes castle nut & endplate
  • Ensures secure fit & correct indexing
  • Endplate features single QD mount
  • Interchangeable with all AR15 tube designs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3  Write a review.

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Great, Quick Service April 5, 2017
Reviewer: Leland Quernemoen from Faribault, MN  
I got those ratchet-lock end plates and castle nuts that I ordered. They came sooner then what I was expecting thank you . I just got done putting one on my AR - went on real easy no problems at all. The other set I bought is going on a future build as soon as I decide what caliber my wife thinks I don't need. Anyhow, looking to do more business with you. Thanks again.

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Getting this for all my ARs January 30, 2017
Reviewer: Alexander Davis from Ayden, NC  
PWS got it right with this product. It fits extremely well, offers the same QD sling mount as I had before - but with the ratcheting castle nut that provides a nice and secure lockup that won't back off.

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Product itself is amazing, but only for PWS Tubes? September 16, 2016
Reviewer: TB from Orem, UT  
First off, the ratcheting design is great, and makes perfect sense. However I have a couple of LMT 7075T6 buffer extensions, not the PWS enhanced tube that these I believe are for. When attempting to install the whole assembly with my LMT tubes on my ARs, the end plate portion did not fully engage the slot in the buffer tube. The slot is slightly wider than the protrusion on the PWS Endplate. This in turn seems to have damaged the buffer tube to the point that the tube will not index into correct position. This does not happen with standard milspec endplates, which I have reverted to.

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