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Slings & Things: SLINGS

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Daggone it, there are some slings in this book. The original impetus that started this whole Series idea in the first place was a small publication that would show Service Rifle shooters how to rig a 1907 for competition use. The fellow who asked me about doing that then got back, “Well, which way should I show. There are four or five that work really well...” That’s when he said I should do this book.

No kidding. I’m sho not someone who’s going to tell you only one way to do something. I can tell you what I do, and then what others do, and let you have the means, then, to try them all for yourself. No worries. After reading this book, you’ll be able to disassemble and reconstruct a 1907 with your eyes closed, and look with pity upon those who can't.


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All the individual segments are detailed on separate web pages, start by clicking on a main topic and it branches out from there, sort of like the book itself...

SERVICE RIFLE MATCH RIFLE

1907 construction and selection

Assembly options (all good)

Web sling use

Hook-up options

Keeper science (and sewing)

Tension and positioning

No-miss method for getting the sling tight, and keeping it that way

Detailed step-by-step photos

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All that work, none that don’t

Tricks, tips, tactics

Hook-up options

Width, cut, and materials considerations

Handstops selection and settings

Keeping the sling in place

Troubleshooting sling fit

Handstop selection and settings

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All totaled, there are four complete segments on slings in Slings & Things. It’s a total of 84 pages in the book. Match Rifle, Service Rifle (two segments, one just for the 1907), and Sling Use for all. And thanks to input from Buddy Butch, no-pulse hook-up methods are also shown.
The real stand-out in Slings & Things, I think, is its photography, and especially in these sections. It’s full coverage and uber-detailed. Sequences are clear, easy to follow (and see), and covered from, literally, every angle. No squinting!