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Outdoor Connection A Tac Tactical Gun Sling

Item No. 2344-SPT1
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2344-SPT1
The A-Tac has an 800 pound laboratory certified tensile strength US military application. The two-inch wide razor-thin elastic material eliminates neck pinch and reduces fatigue by dispersing the firearm weight. Carbon steel powdered coated HK type hook with stainless steel closer spring enables firearm to be released from sling without removing the sling from body. Unique three-piece one-hand operated tough polymer buckle allows quick removal of sling. Easily adjustable length accommodates different bulk/size requirements of clothing or equipment worn by shooter. Stay put adjustment buckles on one-inch mil-spec type webbing assures correct fit and function.

Sling provides maximum range of movement of weapon over the right or left shoulder and across the back under the opposing arm or around the neck. Can be attached to any type weapon modified or equipped to accept a HK type snap-hook.

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I purchase both the OC sling and Pro Mag buffer tube sling ring at the Scheels here in Rapid City, SD. This pair is pulling duty on a Kel-Tec Sub2000. I also purchased a castle nut wrench but realized soon after that it did not fit but luckily wasn't needed. In the past I used a Blackhawk single-point attached to the slot in the end of the stock. That set-up was not nearly as balanced as the castle nut ring. Other slings tend to bank on a scrunchy, elastic section while this sling is comprised almost completely of a thick, robust elastic material. My favorite part, though, is the split-buckle design. This allows for both quick donning and doffing of either end or a quick and complete detachment if a situation calls for it. The low cost of $30 for these two straightforward and ergonomic items make this a great combination for the already fast-handling little Kel-Tec carbine!
March 9, 2016