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Slings & Things: MATCH RIFLE SLINGS

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There are a myriad of options and ideas we can run with for an NRA Match Rifle sling, and there are some significant features, and differences, to be found. They are different widths, materials, cuff constructions, tensioning systems, and unique products on the market. I covered over this topic just as far as I could take it, and that ended up being pretty far.

Step-by-step photos and instructions show how to get the sling on and secured, and you'll learn about using different means to keep it that way.

HANDSTOPS get their own titled segment in Slings & Things.


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MATCH RIFLE
Championship-winning shooters can't seem to agree on which forms are best, so it makes it that much harder for the most of us to know where to start. I think you'll determine for yourself which ideas or styles will work best for you, and that's helped along by great photos of what I think are the very best Match Rifle slings I could get my hands on and my arm through.


Wahoo trick slings, that really work. This is a no-pulse. Zoot-capri Euro-stuff, that really works, and really costs a lot.
Simple slings, and simple answers. Do you know which direction the buckle should face for sitting or prone? You will after reading this, and learn why it matters. Lots of tips and tricks on getting the very most from a Match Rifle sling. There's more potential in some than many people know to use. Find out!

As with all that's discussed and demonstrated in this book, there are a very many large, very detailed photographs to accompany clearly written instructions. I wanted to make sure everyone gets back a "can't miss" understanding of how to put into practice what's talked about in the book. No offense meant to my publishing peers, but some things I had on my bookshelf were virtually incomprehensible.

After it's all together, there is page after page showing the correct way to get into this contraption, get it adjusted, get it tight, and keep it where it belongs. There are a couple of tricks you don't want to miss.

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