• MPS insert style 12

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Item #: MPSI12
Our Price: $11.00
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MPS Insert style 12.

Allen bolts require a 5/64 allen wrench
Locking nuts are 1/4"

Made to fit into any of the MPS pommels.


Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 9 Reviews:

by Lane
on 8/14/2020
(Potential) Speaker Killer
I like the concept of this thing, but if your speaker sits too close to the bolts that stick up through the pommel... bad news. Lesson learned.
by Curtis
on 7/22/2019
from Holiday
A Little Fiddly
The itty-bitty screws were tough for my clumsy fingers. I ended putting it together twice because the d-ring doesn't fit through the opening in the pommel. Working down inside the pommel was even more fiddly, but I'm stubborn and it really wasn't that hard, just frustrating when you're clumsy. Once it's together and installed, I love it! It being able to spin under the snap-ring is an excellent feature.
by John
on 1/15/2016
from Clayton
Another great part
Not sure what the big deals is with some of the reviews about being too noisy. Instead of the belt clip, I used a D-ring (like one for a key-chain) attached on a belt loop to secure to my pants. Carried my saber at work like this all day with no issues. The self-locking nuts that come with it are a nice touch.
by David
on 10/8/2013
from New Bern
Nicer than the pic
Out of the box I noticed this was brighter and shinier than the pictures make it seem. Assembly was a snap - two screws into bolts. Then I dropped it in to Pommel 5. I chose to secure it with the MPS Clip, I don't know if glue or an O-ring would hold securely enough. The click that it makes when using the saber isn't what I would consider loud, not even moderate. If the slight amount of clicking is an issue I think plastic dip such as used on tool handles would look nice and silence it. When I hung it from my belt it was vertical, I did not see an issue with it protruding at an angle. This made an otherwise flat, boring (and useless) pommel into something interesting with a function.
by Kevin
on 11/6/2011
from Manorville
Loud but handy
This D ring can be rather annoying because it makes so much noise, since it flops around when running or dueling. But it does work good for a clip. I have no trouble getting on or off the clip. I might move the D ring and its holder on the side of the hilt, where It won't make so much noise since my hand would be covering it.
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