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Shooting Sling For a .22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by PurdueRifleman2008, May 31, 2009.

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  1. PurdueRifleman2008

    PurdueRifleman2008 Member

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    I'm looking to replace the current sling on my CZ-452 with a 1" sling that was better intended for target shooting, such as the Turner Saddlery National Match sling on my AR. Turner Saddlery doesn't offer any 1" slings so they're obviously out of the question.

    I found a sling by on brownells called the Latigo that looked promising but I'm having a hard time finding any meaningful testimonial after doing a google search for "latigo sling." So do any of you have any experience with this sling or is there another sling that you could recommend for me?
     
  2. Uncle Mike

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    Yep, I have 'latigo' slings on all my deer, and some other rifles.. 1.25" wide ones on my rifles and 1" wide ones on the kids deer rifles.

    The Brownells 'Latigo' is exceptionally well constructed, easy to adjust and comes in natural and black color. Of course they are made of 100% top grain leather.

    If your considering a leather sling in which you can use in the various shooting positions, adjust to a short length for transport or storage and is quiet in the stand try the Brownells latigo Sling.

    Daggone, sounds like a Brownells commercial, but it's true. IMO :D

    Also, Brownells offers an excellent loop type compitition sling with extra heavy duty frogs, they wont bend when you wrap up in the sling, billed as the 'Competitor Plus'... I have several of these on some service and tactical rifels I shoot in the various disciplines, simply excellent.
     
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