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Old 12-29-2012, 04:41 AM   #11
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Those are nice. I wonder if he could make one like the Magpul MS3.

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How much does he sell them for?
i think the 2 point I bought for Jpyle was $50 ... not sure what the rates are for single and 3 point slings. He has stated that he can do custom set ups as well. Try contacting him on his facebook page, if he doesn't answer I can dig up his email
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i think the 2 point I bought for Jpyle was $50 ... not sure what the rates are for single and 3 point slings. He has stated that he can do custom set ups as well. Try contacting him on his facebook page, if he doesn't answer I can dig up his email
Thanks. If I decide to go with his, I will send him a message.
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You might try Spectre.

I use 3 point slings on two of my ARs. you can let the weapon down and carry it under your arm, almost like a pistol in a shoulder holster Both hands are free, but if you need the weapon, it's up as fast as drawing a pistol.
Though I now use a VTAC 2-point I still like my old Giles 3-point which is a clone of the Spectre.
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Old 12-29-2012, 05:27 PM   #15
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Spend ten more dollars and buy a v-tac 2point itch the pad. More of those have gone to the kitty box and back then you can imagine and it's because they are comfortable and easy to use and deadly quick.

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I have the Blue force gear VCAS 2 point on my AR, absolutely love it, it is a great middle ground between single and two point, sorry for the upside down pic, IPad only has a camera on the front, it's goofy.

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I put magpul hardware on a vtac sling now I have a nice padded sling with the option of 2 point and 1 point options of the magpul.

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Check out Ares Armor Husky Addendum (spelling). I have 2 of these. They are a local vendor. They also sell hardware to make it convertible to a single point (if you really want to burn the crap outa your nutz).


I used and abused them in a few carbine classes. Numerous range trips, and although I've only had them for a few years, they are still going on strong. I really like their proprietary slide. Makes adjusting the sling length just about instantaneous.

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http://www.apexdefenseusa.com/Apex-Defense-Multi-Point-Tactical-Sling-With-Shoulder-Pad.html

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