I see no one has responded, well I will try to give you some input. My Tamer has sling swivels mounted on it but I cannot check it right now. The is no problem with just drilling a slightly undersized hole and screwing a stud directly into the synthetic material. I would suggest checking the interior of the stock first and trying to locate the sling in a location where there is solid material to drill into and not just a thin shell of material. If you must mount a stud where the material is thin I would suggest placing another piece of substance where the threaded shaft goes to have full thread engagement. I will check the location of the studs on my Tamer stocks when I can if you need that info...Good Luck....<><....
thanks-I was tapping the stock-and it sounded sort of hollow,so I would want to put the screw in where it was solid-if it is.I suppose I could also drill a hole and inject some epoxy or dense foam in order to provide a solid anchor for a screw.A ''moly''plug might work as well
If the Tamer has a removable butt plate/pad like all the rest of the synthetic Choate stocks, you should be able to see what's there, if it's not thick enough for a screw threaded stud, use one of those with a machine thread and put a nut on the inside of the stock with a contoured spacer under it.
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