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    Looks like the reciprocating dingle arm from the turbo encabulator system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G26Raven View Post
    Okay all you AR experts out there, time to put on your thinking caps. I took my AR10 to the range this morning, and like a good trooper, cleaned it when I got back from the range. I also installed the Limbsaver recoil pad I mentioned in another post this afternoon.

    As I was straightening up the workbench, I happened to find the small rectangular shaped piece of metal with the hole in it. As you can see in relationship to this key set, it's pretty small.

    I am thinking this came from factory trigger on the Barrett that I replaced in the last week, when I installed the Geissele trigger? I guess it's possible it could have come off my Sig P229 or my wife's P365, but both of those seem unlikely. Anyone out there recognize this part????

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    Let's see the Other side of the part.... Can you post a pic? that would help identify it.. BTW, the hole is Off center, and slightly rectangular, thus a specific part going somewhere....
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH View Post
    Let's see the Other side of the part.... Can you post a pic? that would help identify it.. BTW, the hole is Off center, and slightly rectangular, thus a specific part going somewhere....
    Per your request...As Judy Collins would say, "I've looked at parts from both sides now..."

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    It is a washer that goes on to the screw that holds the pistol grip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    It is a washer that goes on to the screw that holds the pistol grip?
    I guess it's possible, but I did not remove the pistol grip when I installed my new Geissle trigger.
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    It's possible that if that is what it is, it wasn't installed on the screw and was just jammed int there until it came loose. Stranger things have happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G26Raven View Post
    Per your request...As Judy Collins would say, "I've looked at parts from both sides now..."

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    Well............Ya got me Puzzled... LOL.......Looks like a spacer..... flat on one side, so it fits flush. Edges broken on the other side, to it doesn't snag clothing or other items.... Have you installed any slings? or other items onto your rifles, shotguns, or Bipods? Looks like a spacer from a Harris, or other bipod...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH View Post
    Well............Ya got me Puzzled... LOL.......Looks like a spacer..... flat on one side, so it fits flush. Edges broken on the other side, to it doesn't snag clothing or other items.... Have you installed any slings? or other items onto your rifles, shotguns, or Bipods? Looks like a spacer from a Harris, or other bipod...
    Found this from Harris...... similar but different part, this one is threaded..... yours isn't....

    https://www.harrisbipods.com/M1A.php?

    Champion bipods notice the spacer:

    http://www.championtarget.com/shooti...odadaptor.aspx
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    On closer examination - I can absolutely say that I haven't a clue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    On closer examination - I can absolutely say that I haven't a clue.
    He's got me too! Then again....... He's placed me on a "Mission" LOL I'll go into the store tomorrow night and start my search....LOL

    Just start doing a disassembly of all the firearms at the Trading Post.

    That should go over really well.

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    That one corner is a bit chewed up.
    That's strange. Whatever it is...it didn't fit right.
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    Class3NH, my bipod is an Atlas, and it goes on and off with a swing arm clamp that attaches to the rail on the bottom of my Barrett Rec10. I don't think it's from that. It's not a M-Lok fastener as those are all threaded. I haven't had my Colt 1911 on the workbench in months (not that it couldn't have been there from before). I've also had my Remington UML 50 caliber out recently.That leaves my Sig P229s (Legion and M11-A1) and my wife's P365. Those are about the only items that have been on the bench since I last cleaned my rubber work pad.
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    With the better pic's you provided, it looks like a washer used in "M Lok" mounts. Your new rifle is "M Lok", & NOT "Key Mod", right? I know, & you can see it's not threaded, but perhaps was an additional spacer for "M Lok"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by simple_man17 View Post
    Looks like the reciprocating dingle arm from the turbo encabulator system.
    Exactly what I was thinking

    This one only has one hole in it which would make it difficult to ignite the turbo dingle arm.
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