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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-19-2010, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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Slip on slings for shotgun

I would like to have a sling for my rem 870 but dont really want to put a swivel stud into the stock. Is there any good slip on slings out there? Thanks,
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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

i have a slip-on on my ithaca. i will look at what brand tomorrow. it works just as good, i didnt wanna mess with the stock on it either.

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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

I think allen makes it. I have one for my 870.

Heres a different one
http://www.martyssportinggoods.com/c...mo-p-7609.html

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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

i believe mines an allen. it doesnt have any tags on it though. it slips over the buttstock, and the between the barrel retainer and forearm.

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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

Mine straps on the buttstock and has a replacement cap for the magazine tube with a swivel. No tags on mine either. I think I got it at wally about 10years ago.

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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

you could modify a normal sling. just get the swivel stud cap for the magazine tube then just tie it on the stock with a shoe lace. never done it before but it sounded like a good idea.
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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

Be careful with the slip on slings. My father used one on his shotgun one day to carry it 3 miles back a gated road turkey hunting. When he got there he got set up, he was disappointed to find it had rubbed a noticeable spot in the bluing on his barrel. (It didn't attach to the magazine cap).
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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

I have a nice leather one that I carry rolled up in my turkey day pack. Slips over the barrel and then onto the butt stock. I only use it when I'm hauling a turkey out and it works really well for that.

Had it so long I couldn't tell you who made it or even where I got it...sorry.

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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

Cabela's carries a few slip on shotgun slings, that are not priced to bad.
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Re: Slip on slings for shotgun

PM me. May be able to help

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