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Picked up a center grip xp-100 with an hs stock. It is missing the rear screw. Looks like there are 2 types????

Where can I get the a rear screw???

Thanks,
Joe


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I got a set for my XP from Gun Parts Incorporated.

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10-32 will work. You will have to turn down the screw head. The 10-32 "T-Nuts" will slide down the slot in the stock. That is what I used on my recent build.


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X2 on gun parts inc. I just ordered two sets. I thint total with shipping it was 15 bucks. Not cheap for just 4 screws but....... they are correct and to my door. Hth
 
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Just take your HS stock to the local hardware store. No t-nut to slide in the HS. 10-32 sounds right but it may also be 8-40. Like stated you probably will have to turn the head down a little to fit in the action recess enough to clear the bolt. You will also have to cut the screw to length.

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thanks fellas!!


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