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U.S.G.I. Web Sling - Clip and Loop Shooting System
U.S.G.I. Web Sling - Clip and Loop Shooting System

U.S.G.I. Web Sling - Clip and Loop Shooting System

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Part Number:139-805

U.S.G.I. Web Sling - Clip and Loop Shooting System
The U.S.G.I. Web Sling shooting system has withstood the test of time: Originally issued for the M1 Garand, it continued service with the M14 Korean war and M16 Vietnam war military rifles.

Here's How It Works: First, unclip the rear end from your buttstock. Then, stick your front arm thru the rear sling loop and use the slider to cinch it up tight around your bicep. Now the sling is attached to your rifle forend and your arm's bicep. Finally, use the slide lock at the front loop of the sling to adjust length and tension. When shooting, this arrangement pulls the rifle into a solid, tight hold without overworking, quivering, shaking, and fatiguing your muscles. It gives a nearly rock solid hold when shooting a rifle from standing, sitting, and prone positions.

Brand New Production: Heavy weight 100% cotton webbing gives original stiffness and grip that's not possible with slippery modern synthetics. Made in strict adherence to the original military specifications, the hardware is heavy duty and the webbing is 1¼" wide.
(Note: Instructions with Illustrations can be found in the pamphlet, Becoming Riflemen, compiled by Whisker and originally published at https://becomingriflemen.wordpress.com/ )

5 Stars
The Sling to Learn How to Use a Sling
If you're doing an Appleseed shoot, this is the sling you want - actually the one you need. Don't try to learn with any other style. Of course afterward it will then be you sling of choice for any other rifle you use, especially if you're using iron sights. Depending on your rifle you may need to add appropriate sling studs and/or swivels, in which case I suggest Uncle Mike's removable ones. You have my recommendation.
Reviewed by:  from Virginia. on 9/12/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Mr
This sling took me right back to Parris Island! I really like the cotton as opposed to the nylon. It's hard to work the keeper at first, Just wet the sling a couple of times and keep stretching it. It softens up in no time. Makes offhand and kneeling a cinch!
Reviewed by:  from N.J.. on 3/1/2015
5/5

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