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Old 01-18-2012, 09:20 PM   #11
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I really like the Viking Tactics padded sling. Easy adjust, multi-position capable, comfortable.

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I really like the Viking Tactics padded sling. Easy adjust, multi-position capable, comfortable.

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I have the VTAC as well. It is nice but there is just something about it that makes it a little different than the Vickers.
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thanks mj and agent

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I have the VTAC as well. It is nice but there is just something about it that makes it a little different than the Vickers.
I don't have any experience with the Vickers. Just know the VTAC does what I need. Does the Vickers adjust as easily as the Vtac does?
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Victory 2 point is a really good sling adjust quickly and made very well. I dont have any experience with a 1 point, but I really like the 2 point. Blue force makes great slings.

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I don't have any experience with the Vickers. Just know the VTAC does what I need. Does the Vickers adjust as easily as the Vtac does?
They adjust in a similar fashion. I think what I like better about the Vickers is is feels more solid and the fabric seems more durable.
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I like the VTAC.

Are you sure you have the right kind of trigger for the kind of event/training (FOR CQB it's not the best choice)

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Yeah I thought about the trigger I have yesterday. I'm not sure I do but I don't want to drop in the other standard stag trigger I have.

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I have the VTAC and like it but will be buying the Vickers one of these days. It's worth the cost to find out which one is better for me and you always can find a use for a good sling. (Parts grow up to be ARs! )

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Yeah I thought about the trigger I have yesterday. I'm not sure I do but I don't want to drop in the other standard stag trigger I have.
I know I'm a broken record... Geissele SD3G. I have a SD3G in my DD and a Timney in my BCM/Noveske. The SD3G is by far the better trigger.
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