I need to install a top sling adapter on an AR-15. The castle nut wrench made by Tapco looks like the right tool for this--but just to be sure--this is the same castle nut for the collapsible stock and the fixed stock, right? Any preferences out there for the AR-15 top sling adapters? I have a top sling that uses the snap clip latch, so it should not be the kind that accepts the sling itself.
UPDATE: Very useful suggestions from all--but it turns out that the top sling that I bought can be made to do what I want, anyway. I snapped the clip on end of the sling onto the front sling, under the front handguard, and wrapped the sling around the handguard, so that it braced the handguard, and the rear clip to the rear sling position. I know have a completely functional ready position sling. It makes it comfortable to carry with the sling over my left shoulder, so that my hands can be free if needed. It is comfortable and fast to bring to the shoulder for firing, and even provides some bracing when in position. It is at least possible to fire from the hip, although that is generally more useful for making movies than in the real world.
I do hope that I never have a real world situation where this makes sense, but watching the country arm itself to the level that it is doing tells me that a lot of Americans have figured out that something a lot worse than zombie apocalypse is coming our way soon.