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Ultimate Weapon Rifle Sling 69" Adjustable Length Versatile Carry Options Black 1.25" Width
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Best weapon sling we have seen allowing for 'ready weapon' carry and so versatile it will fit AR-15 Rifles, Carbines, M4 Carbines, M1 Carbines, Mini-14s and most other military and sporting rifles. Webbing attaches to the front sling swivel, barrel or forearm, pocket of webbing supports the buttstock or rear sling swivel allowing you multiple carry options and weapon angles. Bargain price for a weapon sling of this versatility and quality. Out of the package-sling measures 69" long with tons of adjustments. Will fit just about any long gun.
Total number of Reviews: 49
"I love this sling! I works on any rifle just like the description says. I bought several and have mounted them on my Remington 1100, FN-FAL, AR-15 Carbine and my mauser sniper rifle. This slings the rifle perfectly for walking around and firing."
"I got this sling for my M4, I was a little leary of the attachment details, since I had two side slind attachments, but this thing was great! I can use it for my M4 or mini 14 or even shotgun, it has the small strap attachments if you have places for a sling already, or you can wrap it around the stock or barrell. You can carry it in ready position in front or back. Or then you can unsnap the clip and have it hang straight down by your side. The strap did come loose once on me, just hit the brake on the ground (i was running) but I kept an eye on it and haven't had any other problems."
"I initially ordered this sling for my M1A. When attached as demonstrated, it gets in the way of using your iron sights. It does com with a number of attachment options so it is possible to figure out a different method of attachment that will grant you access to the iron sights for use at close range. On my M4 this sling works superbly. It allows for a strong tactical carry. The Quick release buckle also allows for a side carry. I usually tape the buckle up just to be safe but have never had any problems with it coming undone if it wasn't taped up. Over all a good, versatile sling."
"Didn't quite fit my AK's, so I cut it up, stitched it back together, and made a cool single-point sling. Componants seem to be relatively well made. For the price, can't be beaten, and if you don't have a gun that will work with this, then its a decent pile of stuff to assemble a sling from!"
"At my advanced age I should have know that something designed to fit everything usually fits nothing! The instructions show a part fitting around the forend/hand guard of an M1A that doesn't come close to fitting in real life. The stitched loop is non-adjustable, and won't fit around anything except a barrel, which is, of course, non-desirable. Maybe with further study and an advanced degree in \"sling adaptation\" I'll be able to find a rifle that fits it (I guess I'll have to buy an AR-15...hey, it's as good an excuse as any!)."
– Red - GA
"Got the sling, took a few minutes to figure it out. It fits my AR-10 and my M4. I wish it was a little thicker material (like the original slings) but it's heavy enough to do the job. The front buckle came loose once with the AR-10, but if you thread the strap back through the buckle, it seems to hold fine. It seems like it will fit a variety of rifles. Hard to beat the price."
"I have a buggy sling for my AR-15 but this is even better. I have more control over my AR-15 now. Takes a few min to figure out how to put it on. I will ordered two more for my other guns. It looks great as well Thanks CTD"
"Its a good sling, and i love the way it looks, the only complaint i have is it took almost an hour for me to figure out, instructions were not clear at all, but i got it to fit on my mini 14 and made it look even better!"
"I read the other reviews and felt that the sling and its attachment couldn't be as bad as indicated. I received the sling today and after some fiddling with it, I got it to go on my wife's Henry Little Boy. It carries nicely, comfortably and my wife is pleased. What else can I say."
"A good quality sling; lets you mount it on your gun in different ways. No good instructions were included so it was a little hard to put it together. My rifle is fairly heavily loaded [ bipod and 75 rd. drum] and the sling holds the load with no problems."
"I like the many diffrent ways that I can carry my AR. Good quality material. The only this I would change is make the directions easier to understand. I used it on my 20\" AR-15, but it is a little short. Works perfect on my 16\" AR."
"Great sling! Ya no instructions but if you have half a brain and a few minutes to study the included photos you can figure it out! This will fit ANY rifle setup thanks to all the different attachment straps/slings that come with it (used some of the leftover straps for other projects!) Would have given 5-bullets if it would have had instructions... tsk-tsk... Still a great sling!"
"Good sling. Directions are on the short side,but heres some help. The sling comes put together,take it all apart. Then decide how your putting it on.(you have WILL have extra parts)If you do this it wont take long.(took me 30 min. all together) Oh yea,all the parts are labeled on the Instructions CTD sends with it. Just match up the parts with the pic.I just wish I could put this sling on my AR carbine and 870 at work."
– Ofc. Larry M
"this sling works good for the price, similair weapon slings sell for much more. allows for good single point, \"ready\" carry. lack of good instructions was inconvienient but if you have half a brain you can figure it out. it will probably need some slight modifications as it comes with more adapters than needed, nothing that a pair of scissors can't fix. only gripe is that the adjustment buckle doesn't always stay tight."
"Great product, with easy install. It took about ten minutes on my CAR-15, with A2 stock. No instructions were included, but none were needed."
"Sling works well, easy to set-up / install as desired for your my AR-15. This did come with an instruction sheet from CTD and had a small scale version on the back of the packing label (incase instructions are important to you). Take the sling apart, then configur it to your needs and away you go. Very little time. Some that sell for more may look a little better and if the look is worth the $$$ then go for it, if you want to save some green and have a nice functional sling. Then you've found it."
"I bought this sling before my vacation over in iraq. Well after using this sling for about 2 days I learned that its a piece of crap and doesn't work effectively at all. I highly recommend you avoid this product and go with the \"mamba\" sling, I was very pleased with that one!"
"This works just fine for me! Does just what I want it to and for 20 bucks u can't beat it."
"Sturdy, versatile, and cheap. 4 bullets out of 5 only because you really do need to read the directions unless you are already familiar with this type of setup. That has more to do with me than the product, but I feel ease of use and setup should still factor into my rating."
"Great sling I didn't have any problem getting it on my shotgun. I have a Knoxx spec-ops stock on it and it fits great. It has a buckle on it that when released it alows you to switch to your weak side shoulder."
– Big Bird
"I bought one of these awhile back and I have to admit you need to read the instructions and when you do it's great. The possibilities are endless."
"Very nice sling well made, fits my 10/22 Christie super stock nicely in both the front and back. Easily adjustable and can easily be switched to weak side shooting in no time by disconnecting the snap buckle up front. Only problem is lack of good instructions. The pictures and word directions don't really cross over. The main thing is when you get the sling all the indivual attachments are all attached to the sling, as long as you disconect these, the instrucsions are more clear. I'm 5'6\" and 115lbs. and this sling will adjust to fit me perfect, there is even some room left to adjust it smaller. Overall great buy will fit about anything wtih a fairly good size forend (any tacticl gun or tactical stock). I highly recommend this for any use."
– Tac. 10/22
"I read the reviews and ordered this one and I am not dissappointed. Took a while to figure out which lanyard was supposed to be on each end, but once put together it works well and is an excellent deal for the $$. I am going to order another for my 30-30 after seeing the pictures on the instruction sheet."
"You may need to dake a short vacation to get this rigged up right...Ive seen 1000 piece puzzles go smother than this thing go with the single point bungie sling...It works though once you rig it up the right or wrong way"
"The sling works very well. I'm pleased that it comes with extra adapters to connect it to a variety of weapon systems and gives you quite a bit of flexibility (you WILL have leftover parts, which is great for if you decide to use it on another weapon later). It's not a simple *click* *click* attachment, but it's NOT rocket surgery as some would make it out to be. With the included diagrams it took about 5 minutes to get it attached and properly adjusted. If you can disassemble your firearm for cleaning you [hopefully] should not have any problem with this.Buckles are solid and don't feel as though they'll break in normal conditions. Length is appropriate and adjustments are easy. There may be better quality slings (possibly with padded shoulder, carbon fiber buckles, etc.) but for what this is - a value-designed, no-frills sling - it's excellent. 5 Stars."
"I have bought a great deal of equipment from CTD and have always been very pleased, and if I needed help from Customer Service they were 100%. NOT THIS TIME... Even on an \"inexpensive\" item like this sling there shoild be some help.All of the reviews stated the same thing... Great sling, but difficult to configure. WOW! On the head... NO INSTRUCTIONS or DIAGRAMS came with this sling.... Just straps, buckles and connectors that make \"no sense\".. I called CS and was promised an instruction sheet in the mail, THAT DAY! This was a months ago.... I took the sling and it is stored away in my range bag... It MAY BE A GREAT PRODUCT, but if you cannot use it, it is garbage!"
– Frustrated David
"This is a great adaptable sling, it can go on your rifle a number of different ways and is very adjustable. For the people having problems attaching it just figure out where you want it to hang/hold the rifle and attach it how it suits you best."
– Bushmaster AR-15
"This was not that bad of a sling to mount on my HK91 but...First take it totally apart and display it just like it had it on the instructions. Then setup your weapon how you want it. If you can't figure out how to install this you should probably forget shooting and hunting."
"I bought this for my mossberg 500 with hogue overmolded stock. It fits well and will hang off of me with no problem. If you have more money buy a sling which is custom fitted for your weapon, if you don't, this one will do."
"This item is great! True, it takes a little tinkering to figure out, but I enjoy that. The key is to take everything apart first, then start over with the pictures online and in the instructions as a guide. You will likely end up with some spare parts (ex. the cords). One last thing, the buckle end of the sling goes towards the front. With this sling, you can carry in the ready to fire position. Nice replacement for the stock sling that came with my AR-15."
"A great product at a great price! Highly recommended. it is easy to assemble."
"I got my sling today and installed it on my Bushmaster AR-15 XM15.It's a great sling and definitely better than the stock sling. I followed the advice others here have offered by completely dismantling the sling prior to installing it. I have had absolutely no problems. Its an excellent sling that gives you a lot of carry options."
"While I admit I have not put it through any particularly harsh tests. It seems to be the same sling I have in the Corps. It seems a bit bulky, hard to make a hasty sling in a pinch."
"I fiddled with it for about 10 minutes, then figured out how to install it. The trick is to put the outside loop over your left shoulder, then connect the ends. The included printed instructions don't help much. The packaging picture is taken from the old US Army PM equip maintenance magazine, for all you non-ARMY pukes. I have not seen the new video."
"I attached the sling to my M4. I shoot left handed and generally carry my weapon in front with the sling over my left shoulder and under my right arm. The sling is 1 1/2 inches wide, comfortable when carrying and when using the sling for stability for accurate shooting. As others have written, the instructions are no help, but assembly is not difficult at all. Instructions are not needed, particularly if you have used slings before. Several extra pieces allow attachment in different ways. Because it's made of a nylon material, you should double the strap excess back through the D rings to keep them from slipping."
– Matt in Florida
"Great sling, I have one on my Mossberg 500. Good quality and versatile. Sling can be used to carry your gun in the ready position across your chest or you can detach the clip and it instantly converts to a single point sling and you can have it at your side."
"This is a great sling at a great price. Easy to install, looks good and it works just as good. Thanks CTD"
– Brad B
"Ordered this sling for my Remington 770 rifle namely because it has a wide stock and this sling can be used on M16A2 width stocks. However the straps are too short to fit around the buttstock of the 770 after trying various methods for about an hour. Thankfully I have a Marlin 336C that this sling fit on with less trouble so it wasn't a complete loss. I have one of the older generation SWIFT slings laying around that was issued that is a better choice for very wide buttstocks."
– Mike A
"This sling is WAY TOO COMPLEX. Yes after a few minutes, for me about thirty minutes (and I am VERY mechanically inclined), you can put it together and on about any gun. But even then, when you put the sling over your shoulder/head/arm or whatever, you have what seems like a plethora of buckles and loops and straps hanging around. I feel like I am wearing a black ghille suit when this sling is on.I would recommend getting either a true single point sling or a standard sling. They might not be as versatile but at least you won't choke to death on sling straps."
"Bought this for my RRA AR15. Pretty simple to install and I don't know why others had a problem."
"Gotta agree with you guys, this is too complicated and cumbersome to be used professionally or recreationally. Possible to use it for airsoft or some other kinds of toys?"
"Yes, it takes a few minutes to figure out what you do and don't need, and how to hook it all up, but it is cheap. It is sturdy, and once you figure it out for a particular gun, you should be done with the hard part."
"To start, this was my first experience with a three point sling. I had previously only used two or single point slings, so upon opening the package, I was a little confused. As previously mentioned, the instructions are less than helpful. The sling came with all adapters attached as one unit, so it added to the initial confusion. As soon as you realize that there are extra adapters, and that you WILL NOT need to use every piece, everything gets a lot easier. I purchased it primarily to attach to my \"taced up\" Tippmann A5 paintball gun, attaching it through the M4 buttstock slot, and an Uncle Mike's QD swivel I had mounted in lieu of a front receiver bolt. After two years of field use, I'm very happy with this sling. No buckles have broken; no frayed straps; absolutely nothing has gone wrong with it. A couple of issues to address if mounting onto an AR-15: if using the nylon cord adapters to loop around the standard front sight base (FSB), keep it away from the gas tube port. After just a few shots, it gets really hot, and nylon doesn't have a very high melting point. Also, if using the longer of the two slider buckle adapters to go around the tube portion of an M4 stock, running it through only once left it too loose, requiring frequent tightening. I found it helped to loop the remaining excess material back over and through the other slot in the slider buckle piece. In fact, using this technique helped ensure a tight hold on any slider buckle adapters used. In conclusion, I love this sling. It allows me to literally drop my weapon to grab a flag, game prop, or help a team mate in game, while still leaving my weapon ready to grab and fire. When you need to switch to your weak side to shoot around cover, unlock the Fastex buckle up front, let the traverse strap ride close to your body, and it becomes ambidextrous. In between games on long walks back to assembly areas, I could pull it into the standard two point configuration and sling it over a shoulder in a mor..."
– Delta 9
"The instructions are useless. As others have stated, this sling is much more complicated than it needs to be. Couple that with instructions that have minimal prose and incredibly blurry photos, and you better drop what you're doing and either consult your psychic or find someone who somehow already made this work."
"It's not like the 3 point sling like I used in the Corps, but I guess this will do."
– 0311 E5
"Used on an RRA AR-15 A2. It's cheap and the instructions are a little useless, but I used the picture it came with to figure it out. It takes a little \"MacGyvering.\" It's pretty sturdy if you can figure it out."
"I bought this for my AR-15. After thirty minutes of trying to figure out how to get this on (not really a complaint if it would have worked) I cranked the strapes down as tight as I could. It is still too big! The pic CTD uses should definatly be on a much longer rifle like an M1A not an AR. First, if you have a vertical grip and you drop your rifle, expect the vertical grip to hit you in the groin. Next, if you try to sling it behind your back, it hangs far too low to run well! I would hate to have to run and gun with this thing. As a matter of fact, my sling in Iraq was simply a six inch loop of 550 cord and a carabeaner mounted directly to the shoulder loop on my flack. I would rather use that!"
– 3/7 1st MARDIV
"I finally figured out how to use the sling no thanks to the instruction sheet provided. The sling is fine, but the instructions have been written by a Soviet Army Private with 2 weeks of English."
– Bradenton Rick
"Bought 1 of these to try on my AR, what a pain in the Tail.Very difficult to attach any way you put it on, for me the ambi. buffer tube plate and a single point sling was the best choice."