Magpul QDM - Quick Disconnect Swivel
- Custom quick-disconnect sling swivel for 1-1/4" webbing
- Optimized bale shape prevents sling rollover
- Dual side release tabs help avoid accidental release
- Melonite finished steel construction
- Fits all standard sized QD cups
- Can be combined with MS1 Slings for two-points
- Can be combined with MS1 and MS4 adapters for a convertible two to one-point sling
- Weight: 0.7 oz
Ratings & Reviews
by Querubin Basilio
they have the lowest price & it's in stock. received it on time. i will buy from this store again
QDM Sling Swivel Rocks
by Jack Daniels
This thing gives you the ability to disconnect from the gun by its inherent design which I find easier to manipulate than the std swivel with a push button on top... NOT equipped with a anti rotation feature though
These are high quality mounts
Very functional design by Magpul. Having inadvertently hit QD mounts and having them fall off in the past, I decided to give these a try. Absolutely as advertised It's extremely unlikely to be accidentally released. I would rate them 5 stars for functionality but only 4 stars because of the price. Shipped quickly from Primary Arms.
by George Jimenez
PA.com was quick and easy. They have a great inventory, and was the only place that had what I was looking for, and I had been looking for a long time. I'm glad I found this website. Thanks PA.com
by Chris -
Won’t stay in a magpul qd m-lok receiver
As it currently stands, this is my favorite QD swivel. I have found it to be more secure than most push button types without the recessed button as it requires activation from both sides simultaneously and can actually require 2 hands if sling material is close to the release tabs.
<br>The biggest selling point however is the melonite.finish. I try to avoid black oxide/mag phosphated parts like the plague. I prefer nitride or DLC wherever possible due to the increased wear and corrosion resistance. These finishes are far superior to mil-spec and wish they were used more frequently. Is it overpriced for what it is? Sure, but it still seems to be the best option available so go for it.
Very reliable swivel that can't disengage on accidental press, which could render your gun useless if your gun drops and damages your optic or barrel end. I also find this much more intuitive than the push to release swivels. To remove it, you just pull it out, to connect it, just grasp it and put it in. It's just superior in everyway.