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    Need Sling for my Ar Pistol

    I recently built an Ar15 Pistol cal .223.I neglected to think ahead when I wanted to add a sling.I was thinking a smaller 2 point.The problem is,my railed foreend has a place to mount a QD attachment but the Brace doesnt.Its a SB Brace it does have a hole in it but a QD wont snap into it.Help.

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    Maybe the “hole” doesn’t have a QD insert?
    Another option is an endplate with QD.

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    Odd that you replied as I was playing with somemore took sling off my Tavor and the Qd work.

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    Have you looked in to the female QD set ups from IWC (bolt on/in) or Blue Force Gear(qd on a cable girth hitch)?

    Or a paracord loop....roll your own or the Proctor all in one set up?

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    Are there any sling loops?
    Paracord loops work well.

    Edit: get a normal sling like vcas, run qd up front if youd like, attach the sling to the hole in the back with paracord or something.
    Last edited by MegademiC; 10-07-18 at 08:09.

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    I use one of these with my SB brace.

    MAG529 ASAP QD - Ambidextrous Sling Attachment Point

    https://www.magpul.com/products/asap-qd

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    I normally love 2-point slings on my ARs, however, I've been favoring a 1-point lately with my SBR and AR pistols. I just installed an endplate with QD socket, and use the Magpul MS4 sling in 1-point configuration (you can also use that sling in 2-point config). You can get the QD endplates from Magpul, BCM, Noveske, etc, and they are around $30.

    If you want to stick to 2-point, you could run paracord through the loop on the rear.
    Last edited by B Cart; 10-17-18 at 11:59.

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    I have the Haley Strategic Partners sling. I got nothing but great things to say about it. It works really well for single and two point sling setups. Itís thin, durable and works well with plate carriers on. That qd button is on point.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rakkasangrunt187 View Post
    I have the Haley Strategic Partners sling. I got nothing but great things to say about it. It works really well for single and two point sling setups. It’s thin, durable and works well with plate carriers on. That qd button is on point.
    I have the Haley Strategic D3 sling- multi cam, I love it, easily adjustable.

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    For two points I like VTACs or Vickers (both in padded versions).

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