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The best single point sling?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Gordon_Freeman, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. Gordon_Freeman

    Gordon_Freeman Well-Known Member

    What is the best single point sling for an AR15? I am going to try that style. I really like the VTAC padded 2 point slings in the 2 point configuration.
  2. thralldad

    thralldad Well-Known Member

    I like my Wolf single point.
  3. Bartholomew Roberts

    Bartholomew Roberts Moderator Emeritus

    If you like the VTAC, take a look at the Magpul MS2 - same concept as the VTAC; but easily converts to a single point sling as well.

    However, keep in mind it is not padded and in fact, it tends to place the weight on an evern narrower section than the unpadded VTAC.
  4. Gordon_Freeman

    Gordon_Freeman Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys. My favorite sling is the VTAC 2 point padded sling. I am hoping to find a single point sling that is just as comfortable and easy to use as the VTAC.
    I am thinking about the Magpul sling. Any more suggestions?
  5. Creature

    Creature Well-Known Member

    I have been using the Blackhawk Single Point Storm sling on my carbine with great success for a few years now. I particularly like it because both sides are constructed of 1.25" bungee. This provides a very comfortable symmetrical flex of up to 4 inches. Single point slings with only one side of bungee will flex asymmetrically, which I find quite disconcerting and uncomfortable.

  6. LiquidTension

    LiquidTension Well-Known Member

    I'm running an MS2 on my SBR. It's great for weak side transitions. Not so great for comfort. The strap is far too narrow in my opinion. Also, mine has a rough edge on the side that contacts my neck. No way to fix that without rethreading the whole thing.
  7. loper

    loper Active Member

    I use a Tri-Tech Tactical, a Stack Delta II. My whole squad has them, and they've held up through six months in Iraq with zero failures or fraying.

    I could be biased, as I know the owner, and he kicked down slings and pistol leashes for the whole squad, and the bill said simply "Thanks for your service, come home safe". Over a grand out of his own pocket, and all he asked was that we have a beer with him when we get back.

    Good gear, and good people.

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