Blue Force Gear Sling Hardware

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on October 19th, 2012 by M M

Blue Force Gear, maker of the VCAS sling, offers quite a few different sling mounting solutions. Shown here are a couple of new products.

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Fortis Manufacturing RAP

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on August 14th, 2012 by M M

The RAP (Rail Attachment Point) from Fortis Manufacturing is a very convenient and compact way of adding a QD sling swivel socket to a Picatinny rail.

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Echo Nine Three AK Sling Loops

Posted in slings on July 1st, 2011 by M M

There haven’t been many options for attaching a sling to the rear of the receiver of an AK until now. Three different AK Sling Loops from Echo Nine Three provide the AK owner with some options for doing so; all with simple drop-in installation.
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IWC 2 to 1 Point Triglide

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on March 29th, 2011 by M M

Impact Weapons Components (IWC) specializes in ‘Mount-n-slot’ weapon light, sling, weapons control, bipod and other accessories, that mount via a slot or hole to non-Picatinny handguards. One of their newest products is a ’2 to 1 Point Triglide’ for 1″ or 1.25″ webbing slings that allows the user to rapidly convert their Two Point Sling into a One Point Sling on the run, using a push button QD sling swivel.

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Gear Sector Sling Rail Mounts

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on May 15th, 2010 by M M

Gear Sector, which specializes in weapon slings and accessories, offers a line of picatinny rail mounts as front attach points for slings. Their rail mounts are designed with an ergonomic contour that mates with most rail panels on the market for uninterrupted rail space.

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Rear Lefty Sling Loop for Para FAL

Posted in Long Guns, slings, WEAPONS on January 31st, 2010 by M M

Being a lefty sometimes presents a challenge when it comes to sling mounting options on some weapons. One of these is the FAL PARA model. Here’s how I dealt with it.

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MM/EMDOM URS and Gunslinger in Crye MultiCam

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on October 15th, 2009 by M M

The URS and Gunslinger are now available in Crye Multicam webbing, with tan ITW Ghillietex hardware.

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Noveske Rifleworks QD End Plate

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on June 24th, 2009 by M M

The QD End Plate from Noveske Rifleworks is one of those ‘why didn’t someone do this a long time ago?’ products. It’s a direct replacement for the stock receiver end plate on an AR-15 or M4 that allows a QD sling swivel to attach to the rear of the receiver, right below the buffer tube. It’s fully ambidextrous, and is the lowest profile QD mounting available.

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BlueForceGear Camouflage VCAS Padded Double A Sling

Posted in AR, slings, WEAPONS on October 31st, 2008 by M M

BlueForceGear has introduced a new verison of their padded VCAS (Vickers Combat Application Sling) utilizing printed camouflage webbing and a new acetal adjuster (AA – double ‘A’). It’s called the VCAS Padded Double A Model.

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EMDOM USA/MM Gunslinger Sling

Posted in AR, Emdom, MANUFACTURER SECTIONS, slings, WEAPONS on August 3rd, 2008 by M M

Ever since EMDOM USA and I introduced the URS (Universal Rig Strap) Sling two years ago, I’ve had numerous requests and inquiries from URS Sling users for a single or two-point sling that was compatible with the connector that the URS uses. The connector attaches to the receiver end plate, or to a swivel at the rear of the stock, and uses a female SR buckle. As far as I know, it’s not compatible with any other sling. URS users wanted a sling that could be attached to the URS connector for stand-alone use, when not using a rig. In response to those requests, EMDOM is now offering a sling that URS users can use without having to remove the connector from their weapon. It’s called the Gunslinger Sling.

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