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    Sling for CZ Scorpion

    I've a 9mm Scorpion (with Federal paperwork) and a factory side folding stock. It runs great, and a recent HB trigger kit has helped.
    Now I'd like a way to sling it. A single point makes the most sense; can anyone with a Scorpion help me out?
    Thanks,
    Moon

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    Hey Ace', thank you. The first one sounds like waaaay too much monkey motion (and chance of screw-up), but the second one, for the quick detach mounts, sounds more reasonable.
    What did you do with a keyring?
    Moon

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfmoonclip View Post
    Hey Ace', thank you. The first one sounds like waaaay too much monkey motion (and chance of screw-up), but the second one, for the quick detach mounts, sounds more reasonable.
    What did you do with a keyring?
    Moon
    Not my pic but the same thing many have done.


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    Ace', again, thanks. Any notion on how that rear mounting point (It's poly, yes?) will hold up to a metal split ring?
    Moon

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    Could not say, I use the swivel sling aluminum mount in my Tailhook 1 brace. I would be wary of heavy use on the polymer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACE31 View Post
    Could not say, I use the swivel sling aluminum mount in my Tailhook 1 brace. I would be wary of heavy use on the polymer.
    That was exactly my concern. This surely seems like a problem that should have an easy, rational solution.
    Thanks,
    Moon

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    There are also picatinny rail swivel sling mounts. Or possibly this if you want a front mounted single point mount.

    This Yeti mount appears sturdy and is currently on sale

    https://www.yetiwurks.com/Denali-QD-Point_p_20.html

    http://www.parkermountainmachine.com...ing_Mount.html

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    I tried regular sling hard wear on attachment points but found them to be too tight/close so ended up using blue force gears uloops to attach my sling.

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    "The most important rule in a gunfight is: Always win and cheat if necessary." ~ Clint Smith

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiescometh View Post
    I tried regular sling hard wear on attachment points but found them to be too tight/close so ended up using blue force gears uloops to attach my sling.

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    I have those on other rifles and like them. Thanks for reminding me about the Vickers/BFG.

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