Your vision begins to fade as you slump to the ground. You can just barely make out the splinter camo sling on the man’s Block II M4 rifle as he emerges from the brush. Your gucci $100 dollar sling lays helplessly on the ground next to you, the multicam black clearly visible on the forest floor. “Just as good and only 50 dollars” the man mutters to himself. You feel the slick polyester webbing slide across your face as he passes by you. If only you’d bought a splinter sling. Things might have been different.
This sling may or may not allow you to have a happy family and live on a homestead in the woods. If not it at the very least features a tight woven polyester webbing that’s smooth AF and boasts 50% strength over mil-spec nylon. In addition the webbing is rated at over 1200lbs of tensile strength, more than enough to hold your 10lb Block II M4 (if you’re a chad). The quick-adjustment-buckle is made of aluminum as opposed to a polymer one that might wear out. Overall this sling is all business, quick to adjust, slides easily over equipment, attractive color and of course a higher chance of not being spotted in the woods.
Stitching: Double Stitched
Hardware: ITW Polymer
Buckle: Adjustable Aluminum
Durability: Webbing melting point of 400 degrees with 1200lbs of tensile strength
MADE IN THE USA
Care Instructions: Scrub with a soft bristle brush and dawn dish soap water mixture accordingly. Rinse clean and air dry.