Originally Posted by hardluk1
Point is the OP's is a take down model? No sling should be needed on any take down model unless your fly'n a 45/70 lever gun to Alaska for a bear hunt and then is not needed but it packs for the air flight a little more compact. . Buy a one piece 10/22 and sling away. Then look at Boonie Packers Safari Sling for a walk and stalk at the ready hunters sling. Nothing better.
Strong Opinion there hardluk... My use case differs.
I wanted the Take-Down because of that very feature. But it stays Put-Up most of the time. I can take a walk with the dogs, have a cup of coffee, smoke the pipe and carry the dogs remote control.
It works well for me. Please don't let it be a source of personal irritation. It's just a sling on a take-down rifle. Heck, I have even thought of a QD scope .... maybe. Maybe a rail for a 400 lumen light. Possibly. Laser.. could happen.
It's my current varmint gun. Target Species for the Varmints are Chickens, Geese, Ducks, Goats, Cat. My Target Species are the Varmints, Coons, Coyotes, and killer moles.
A gun handy is important.
When I go Jeeping, or store it in the Motor Home, it stores nicely and discretely.
So.... TakeDown is just another feature for a firearm. it doesn't define it.
My OP was really more about the installation on a synthetic stock and a cheaper source of parts. I'll be doing one on my brother's 10/22 Not a take down, but it does have the synthetic Stock.
Slings are great. Here is one on my Super BlackHawk.