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Sierratac sling adjustment

Mark S

Here is a quick video of our sling and a method of adjusting the length of the sling.

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Some sling notes:

Mark S

The slings have been a constant work in progress and are really a balancing act of materials, function, comfort, and intuitive use; especially use under pressure.  Some things I consider and how I use the sling.  I store the sling closed or shortened and open it as I am deploying the rifle, and as time permits.  This short length is also set to where the rifle can be used, just not optimally, depending upon the armor used.  My preferred method is to sling around the neck for general use with the sling adjusted out or fully open.  For handcuffing, climbing,...

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Bill at Tap Rack Tactical discussing slings

Mark S

  Great discussing of slings by Bill at http://www.tap-rack.com/ Check out Primary and Secondary for the latest in kit and training.  https://www.facebook.com/primaryandsecondary/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=027I0344iLs&feature=youtu.be      

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Sling Adjustment

Mark S

Quick note on sling adjustments using our slider device.  Trace webbing between thumb and forefinger past the adjustment device, to then grasp the device.  Then pull towards to tighten and pull away to loosen.  By tracing the webbing, positive contact remains with the sling material: can be done in any lighting conditions, wearing any protective gear, can be done without looking at the sling.  Video coming soon.

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Why a SIERRATAC Sling?

Mark S

We've been asked, "Why a SIERRATAC Sling?" Here are a few thoughts regarding our slings. Super lightweight feel: padded and soft on the neck. Adjustment device: does away with straps and hanging cords, maintains a sold hold Adjusting length is as simple as tracing the webbing from the rifle, and pulling or pushing the device for length adjustment.  Slides cleanly with little drag on the webbing.  

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