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GG&G Mossberg 500/590 Single Point Sling Mount HK Hook Black

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The Mossberg 590 Quick Clip Rear Sling Attachment can be used in in conventional dual point sling setups as well as single point sling set ups.

Single point slings using HK Style snap hooks or mash hooks attached to shotguns such as Mossberg 590, have become very popular in both military and law enforcement special operations circles. Because of the lack of an alternative method, most shooters have just clipped their single point sling with a snap hook into a standard sling swivel. Although this works, it is noisy and provides a loose and sloppy sling attachment.

GG&G has developed a great lightweight and rugged alternative to clipping into the standard sling swivel, the GG&G Mossberg 590 Shotgun Single Point Sling Attachment for HK Style Snap Hooks. This rugged sling attachment will fit the Mossberg 500 and 590 shotgun. Precision machined from rugged 7075 aircraft grade billet aluminum alloy and Type III hard anodized matte black per mil-spec, it has been designed for the rigors associated with professional use. All edges have been de-horned and softened for the shooters safety. The Single Point Sling Attachment can easily be installed by the operator. A great tactical accessory addition for the Mossberg 500/590 shooter. 

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"I will be sending this back. I already have a speedfeed stock on my Mossberg 500, when I tried to fit this piece between the stock and the receiver it created too long of a distance between the pistol grip and the trigger, and I would have had to drill the speedfeed stock just to get the stock bolt to reach the receiver to reattach the stock, its a nice idea, just doesn't work for me. It might work well with a different stock."