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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-13-2012, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Rifle slings

I'm looking to get a rifle sling for my rifle. Problem is I don't want a leather one because leather doesn't really go with a black stock with red webbing in it. I'm looking for something other than leather that I can get that has red in it. Anyone help me out, I've been looking online but havent really got anywhere.

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-13-2012, 06:11 PM
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Vero Villini, They have great slings in different colors i have several.

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Look on Cabelas's website, they have a big selection of leather and synthetic slings.




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http://prostores3.megawebservers.com/tur...ifle/Detail.bok

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Re: Rifle slings

I've been using nylon web slings for years. Forget the brand name (E-Z Sling?), but they run around $16 to $18 dollars and most places have them (Kmart, Dick's, gunshops, Walmart, etc).

The older ones have metal QD swivels, the newer ones are plastic, but I've had zero problems with any of them. Some are black, some are camo.

One that I put on a cousin's rifle some years ago, did have a screw come loose that holds the sling loops together, but it was an easy fix. Now I make sure they're all tight.

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http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...Lk1cC__7mTpS6Q

Nothin better.I bought one at the Harrisburgh outdoor show one year and now have them on just about all of my rifles.
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I would suggest something, but it might clash with your camo.
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The best I have found is the Claw rifle sling, when you put it on your shoulder it stays there.
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+2 for Dce, The best sling I have used.

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