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  • Leapers UTG Swivel Stud to Picatinny Adaptor

    Leapers UTG Swivel Stud to Picatinny Adaptor

    R509

    The Leapers UTG Swivel Stud to Picatinny Adaptor converts a traditional sling swivel stud to accept picatinny mounted bipods.

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  • CAA One Point Sling and Steel Sling SwivelCAA One Point Sling and Steel Sling Swivel

    CAA One Point Sling and Steel Sling Swivel

    The CAA One Point Sling with an integrated bungee cord is ideal for tight quarter combat. It is designed to hold your weapon securely and absorbs shock when dropping your weapon during movement and transitions. The sling allows for easy movement when operating inside tight spaces.

    It comes supplied with the CAA Steel Swivel Attachment Mount (PBSS1).

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  • Leapers UTG Heavy Duty 1.4″ Loop Steel QD Sling Swivel

    R319

    The UTG Heavy Duty 1.4″ Loop Steel QD Sling Swivel features steel construction and is finished in matte black.

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  • Leapers UTG Pro TL-SWPM01 Sporting Low QD Sling Swivel Adaptor

    R379

    QD swivel housing designed with quarter-turn rotational overtravel stops to better control sling position and movement.

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  • Leapers UTG Single Point Bungee Sling With QD Sling Swivel

    R949

    Inner length adjustable from 42″ to 58″ to accommodate various body types and gear.

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  • Leapers UTG PRO M-LOK QD Sling Swivel Adaptor

    R559

    Includes M-LOK T-nuts, screws, and assembly tool for simple and friendly installation, no gunsmith required.

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  • Leapers UTG Picatinny/Keymod Compatible Adaptor for QD Sling Swivel

    Leapers UTG Picatinny/Keymod Compatible Adaptor for QD Sling Swivel

    R689

    The Leapers UTG Picatinny/Keymod Compatible Adaptor for QD Sling Swivel is precision machined from aircraft grade aluminium with hard anodizing matte back finish.

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  • Ram 1″ QD Wood Screw Sling Swivels - Long

    Ram 1″ QD Wood Screw Sling Swivels – Long

    R269

    This sling swivel stud, manufactured by Ram, is a type of mounting point used for attaching slings and bipods to rifles.

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  • Ampro Push-Button Swivel with Screws

    Ampro Push-Button Swivel with Screws

    R299

    The Ampro Push-Button Swivel with Screws is a handy accessory for your rifle sling.

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  • Leapers UTG AR15 Quick Detach Receiver End Plate - Matte Black

    Leapers UTG AR15 Quick Detach Receiver End Plate – Matte Black

    R689

    The Leapers UTG AR15 Quick Detach Receiver End Plate is designed for standard mil-spec AR15 lower receiver.

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  • Maverick Tactical Single Point Sling

    Maverick Tactical Single Point Sling

    R319

    The Maverick Tactical Single Point Sling is made strong and sturdy enough for duty use, perfect for assault rifle carry.

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  • Maverick Tactical Non Slip Cobra Rifle Sling

    Maverick Tactical Non Slip Cobra Rifle Sling

    R359

    The Maverick Tactical Non Slip Cobra Rifle Sling is a two point non-slip rifle sling with adjustable straps.

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  • Maverick Tactical Canvas Rifle Sling

    Maverick Tactical Canvas Rifle Sling

    R489

    The Maverick Tactical Canvas Rifle Sling is made strong and sturdy and will distribute the weight of your rifle evenly.

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  • Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Mossy Oak Break-Up Rifle Sling with Swivels

    Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Mossy Oak Break-Up Rifle Sling with Swivels

    R1,199

    The Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Mossy Oak Break-Up Rifle Sling with Swivels reduces the bounce you get with traditional slings.

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  • Butler Creek Featherlight Rifle Sling With Swivels - Blaze Orange

    Butler Creek Featherlight Rifle Sling With Swivels – Blaze Orange

    R1,129

    Now is the time to upgrade your sling with a new Butler Creek Featherlight Sling. Whether you’re shooting shotgun or rifle, these newly designed slings offer a model for you.

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  • Butler Creek Featherlight Rifle Sling With Swivels - Black/Brown

    Butler Creek Featherlight Rifle Sling With Swivels – Black/Brown

    R1,329

    Now is the time to upgrade your sling with a new Butler Creek Featherlight Sling. Whether you’re shooting shotgun or rifle, these newly designed slings offer a model for you.

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  • Caldwell Black Max Grip Rifle Sling with Swivels

    Caldwell Black Max Grip Rifle Sling with Swivels

    R749

    The Caldwell Black Max Grip Rifle Sling with Swivels is a handy accessory for avid shooters.

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  • Ampro SL-60BK Black 60mm Rifle Sling with Swivels

    Ampro SL-60BK Black 60mm Rifle Sling with Swivels

    R419

    The Ampro SL-60BK Black 60mm Rifle Sling with Swivels is a great accessory for your firearm.

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  • Pro-Defense Defender Sling Mount

    Pro-Defense Defender Sling Mount

    R299

    The Pro-Defense Defender Sling Mount is a heavy duty-mount for the single-point sling which attaches to standard Picatinny Rails.

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  • Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Black Rifle Sling with Swivels

    Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Black Rifle Sling with Swivels

    R1,199

    The Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Black Rifle Sling with Swivels reduces the bounce you get with traditional slings.

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  • Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Rifle Sling

    Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Rifle Sling

    R979

    The Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Rifle Sling reduces the bounce you get with traditional slings.

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  • Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Black Rifle Sling

    Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Black Rifle Sling

    R979

    The Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Black Rifle Sling reduces the bounce you get with traditional slings.

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  • Butler Creek Featherlight Black Rifle Sling

    R959

    Out with the old and in with the new. Now is the time to upgrade your sling with a new Butler Creek Featherlight Sling. Whether you’re shooting shotgun or rifle, these newly designed slings offer a model for you.

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  • Browning Heritage 2 Leather Rifle Sling

    R1,199

    The Browning Heritage 2 Leather Rifle Sling is a gun belt, made of natural leather, it also has the possibility of adjusting the length.

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  • Butler Creek Featherlight Rifle Sling With Swivels - Black

    Butler Creek Featherlight Rifle Sling With Swivels – Black

    R1,329

    Now is the time to upgrade your sling with a new Butler Creek Featherlight Sling. Whether you’re shooting shotgun or rifle, these newly designed slings offer a model for you.

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How to Choose a Rifle Sling

Are you looking to improve your rifle shooting experience? A rifle sling is a small but essential accessory that can make all the difference. Not only does it make carrying your rifle more comfortable, but it also helps with stability, accuracy, and control. However, with so many options on the market, it can be overwhelming to choose the right one. In this article, we'll guide you through the process of choosing a rifle sling that's perfect for your needs.

Why Use a Rifle Sling?

Before we dive into the specifics, let's first understand why using a rifle sling is important. A rifle sling is a strap that attaches to your rifle, allowing you to carry it on your shoulder or across your back when you're not using it. Here are some of the benefits of using a rifle sling:

  • Improved stability and accuracy: When you use a rifle sling, you can anchor your rifle against your body, which reduces movement and improves stability. This can lead to more accurate shots.
  • Reduced fatigue: Carrying a rifle can be tiring, especially if you're hiking or walking long distances. A rifle sling can distribute the weight of your rifle, making it more comfortable to carry.
  • Hands-free operation: When you're not using your rifle, you can keep it secured to your body with a sling, allowing you to use your hands for other tasks.
  • Quick and easy access: With a rifle sling, your rifle is always within reach. This is especially useful when hunting or in self-defense situations.

Now that we've established why a rifle sling is important, let's move on to the different types of slings available.

Types of Rifle Slings

There are three main types of rifle slings:

Single-point Slings

Single-point slings attach to the rifle at a single point, usually near the stock or buffer tube. They allow for maximum mobility and quick transitions between shoulders. Single-point slings are popular with tactical shooters and those who need to move quickly and easily.

Two-point Slings

Two-point slings attach to the rifle at two points, usually at the front and rear of the rifle. They offer more stability than single-point slings and are great for precision shooting. Two-point slings can be worn in a variety of configurations, including as a traditional shoulder strap or as a cross-body sling.

Three-point Slings

Three-point slings are similar to two-point slings, but they have an additional strap that wraps around the shooter's body. This provides extra stability and control, but it can also be more cumbersome to use. Three-point slings are popular with military and law enforcement personnel.

Now that we've covered the three main types of rifle slings, let's move on to the factors to consider when choosing a sling.

Factors to Consider

Material

Rifle slings are typically made from nylon, leather, or a combination of both. Nylon slings are lightweight, durable, and affordable, while leather slings are more traditional and can be more comfortable to wear. Some slings are made from a combination of both materials, offering the best of both worlds.

Width

The width of a rifle sling can vary from 1 to 2 inches. A wider sling will distribute weight more evenly and be more comfortable to wear, but it can also be more cumbersome. A narrower sling will be lighter and easier to manage, but it may dig into your shoulder if you're carrying a heavy rifle.

Adjustability

A rifle sling should be adjustable to accommodate different body types and shooting positions. Look for a sling that has multiple attachment points and can be easily adjusted to the right length. Some slings even have quick-release mechanisms that allow you to detach your rifle from the sling quickly and easily.

Comfort

A rifle sling should be comfortable to wear for extended periods. Look for a sling that has padding or a non-slip material on the shoulder strap to prevent it from digging into your shoulder. Additionally, consider the weight of your rifle and choose a sling that can comfortably support that weight.

Purpose

Consider what you'll be using your rifle sling for. If you're a hunter, you may want a sling that's camouflaged or blends in with your hunting gear. If you're using your rifle for self-defense, you may want a sling that allows for quick and easy access to your rifle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the best type of rifle sling for hunting?

A two-point sling that's camouflaged or blends in with your hunting gear is a great choice for hunting.

Are rifle slings adjustable?

Yes, rifle slings should be adjustable to accommodate different body types and shooting positions.

How much should I expect to spend on a rifle sling?

Rifle slings can range from very affordable to quite expensive. Consider your budget and look for a sling that offers the features you need at a price you can afford.

Can a rifle sling improve my accuracy?

Yes, using a rifle sling can improve your stability and reduce movement, leading to more accurate shots.

Can I detach my rifle quickly from a rifle sling?

Some slings have quick-release mechanisms that allow you to detach your rifle quickly and easily.