MSRP $21.95 - $28.95
The neoprene material of the Action Sling for Rifles effectively conforms to the contours of your shoulder while evenly distributing the weight of the firearm. The internal control-stretch system absorbs the shock of your movements. The Action Sling™ - Magnum offers four heavyweight elastic loops for holding large caliber ammunition, making reloading fast and easy.
OP/TECH USA incorporates a patented comfort-stretch system into the ideal rifle sling, the Action Sling™. The 2.75" by 13" neoprene pad effectively conforms to the contours of your shoulder while evenly distributing weight. The internal control-stretch system absorbs the shock of your movements normally felt in your shoulder and back. The Action Sling™ features a non-skid surface which effectively grips to your shoulder and also provides extra security when wrapping around the arm to better stabilize the firearm when shooting. Back tacks (safety tabs) are sewn into the ends of the straps for added security on the firearm hardware attachment. The Action Sling™ is fully adjustable with a total length of 24" to 54".
The Action Sling™ - Magnum offers four heavyweight elastic loops for holding large caliber ammunition, making reloading fast and easy.
|Action Sling™ & Action Sling™ - Magnum|
|Recommended Load||Up to 10 lbs (4.5kg)|
|# of Connection Points||Two|
|Connection Type||1" Webbing|
|Strap Length||Fully adjustable 24" - 54" (61cm - 137,2cm)|
|Pad Dimensions||2.75" (at the widest) by 13" Neoprene (6,9cm x 33cm)|
|Materials||Neoprene pad with non-skid surface, nylon webbing and plastic tabs|
|Made in the USA||Yes|
The recommended load is the weight that is most comfortably carried by a particular strap. It is not the maximum load capacity of the strap.
|8701052||Action Sling™ - Magnum||Black|
|8710052||Action Sling™ - Magnum||Nature|
Before attaching the Action Sling™ to your firearm, make sure the firearm is unloaded and the muzzle is pointed in a safe direction. Thread the webbing through the locking style swivels on the forearm and butt stock ends of the firearm. Make sure the webbing is threaded up and back down through the triglide, with the back tack (safety tab) facing up. Please check the swivels on the firearm and the hardware on the sling periodically to ensure that they are engaged and locked.