|...and now here's Al|
with the Weather.
I have a sling, if I am grabbing my rifle it means I have a few seconds and time to sling up. If I don't I am grabbing my handgun and my wife is getting a rifle.
The HD SBR has a Magpul MS4 on it. I am looking at something different for it.
But then of course I might be a 13 year old girl who reads alot of gun magazines, so feel free to disregard anything I post.
Being a lefty I haven't found a good way to retain the sling that doesn't potentially cover the ejection port.
For expediency the rifle is ready without a sling attached. One is nearby that uses dual QD loops to quickly attach if needed. It's a VTAC padded 2-point.
Maybe a non-padded would be a bit cleaner for a quick-access rifle? My 10/22 with standard underside sling loops has a GI style web sling on it so I can throw it over the shoulder when in the yard taking care of pesky critters. I have one full-time on my M16A4 clone as well, more for shooting support than carry though.
|Hop head |
what Tony said,
however I am using a S&W 1300 Defender or a High Standard 18-7 riot gun (keep a shotgun on each floor)
both have extended mags and extra ammo on a side saddle or bando near them,
before I got the second shotgun, I kept a 16" AR handy, with GI web sling,
Swapped the MS3 QD hardware onto the padded VCAS last night. The VCAS is definitely an improvement. May get some sling swivels & use the MS3 on another rifle.
The Enemy's gate is down.
Thanks to the advice on this forum, I put a VCAS on my Colt LE6920 this past weekend. Based on what little messing around I have done with it so far, I believe it is going to work out very well. For me a good sling is a must have. The only rifle that I own that doesn't have a sling (and never will) is a 1957 Browning SA 22 wheel sight model that I picked up last year.
Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be men of courage; be strong. Do everything in love.
- 1 Corinthians 16:13-14
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