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    Single point sling recs for push/pull method

    With current law, some will be going to a tube on their AR pistols/PDWs. Making the best of that, would seem using push/pull with a sling. Below is LAV demonstrating that, and recommending BF 221 sling for that. Anyone use such a method? Tips/recs? That sling GTG?

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    I use the Vickers SMG sling. It’s a great sling and a serviceable method.

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    via Haley strategic:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas View Post
    I use the Vickers SMG sling. It’s a great sling and a serviceable method.
    Good to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrink View Post
    With current law, some will be going to a tube on their AR pistols/PDWs. Making the best of that, would seem using push/pull with a sling.
    With your cheek on the tube what is wrong with a two-point sling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disciple View Post
    With your cheek on the tube what is wrong with a two-point sling?
    I used singe point vid examples for "reason." LAV uses the strap itself for quasi cheek position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrink View Post
    I used singe point vid examples for "reason." LAV uses the strap itself for quasi cheek position.
    But you referred to "going to a tube" in your opening; if you have that why try to use a less stable strap, and if you don't why reference it?

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    Those guns Vickers is shooting do not have a buffer tube like an AR.

    Mounting and shooting an AR with just a buffer tube is almost the same as with a stock. The cheek weld is identical to the cheek weld if the stock was there.
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    Years ago, when I was rocking a 10.5" Sig 556P, I used a 3 point sling that worked very well with the push method. The advantage is that it can be used as a 2 point for carrying, but also works as single point if desired, by pulling the adjuster back. I don't remember the brand as it's been a few years, but I imagine any good quality 3 point would do the trick.

    ETA: Found it. Urban ERT.
    https://www.urbanertslings.com/sig-p...-and-rear-qds/
    https://www.urbanertslings.com/sig-p...-pistol-sling/

    Last edited by georgeib; 07-10-23 at 20:47.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disciple View Post
    But you referred to "going to a tube" in your opening; if you have that why try to use a less stable strap, and if you don't why reference it?
    What if you don't want a 7" tube sticking out the back and use something like:

    https://maximdefense.com/product/gen...pistol-system/
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