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AK lefthanded sling solutions?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Spec ops Grunt, Mar 11, 2011.

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  1. Spec ops Grunt

    Spec ops Grunt Member

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    Recently got my SGL21, it came with the standard 2 point sling, just wondering, what are some of the better AK sling options.
     
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    What are you doing with it? A basic carry strap does a fine job of letting you carry the rifle.
     
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    Gotta make it look tacticool! :neener:
     
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    Lot of rifles the sling points are on the left side. Makes it hard to use the sling as a shooting brace to keep the rifle steady.
     
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    If youre looking for something similar to what the gun normally uses, you could put the stock swivel on the right side of the gun in the same place as it is on the left, and use a smaller split ring (like a key chain ring) on the cleaning rod for the front point. Then just use the standard sling.
     
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    I use a galco BATTL sling.
     
  8. THE DARK KNIGHT

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    I believe the Soviet Union's solution to this problem was to teach you to shoot right handed :D

    I was about to say you can possibly fabricate new sling loops on the right side of the gun, but I just can't imagine that being a very good plan.
     
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