Black Single-Point Rifle Sling



After you're done building your rifle, add the finishing touch with this single-point rifle sling.  Slings make a rifleman's life easier, and if you're serious about how much range time you plan to put in, then you need this. 

Besides, it'll make extra sure you don't drop your newly built AR. This sling's got bungee inside and black nylon outside for durability with just the right amount of give.  It's size minimum is 46 inches, and it maxes out at 64 inches, so it fits damn near everybody on the planet who's old enough to shoot. 

To top it off, the clips are coated, so you won't have to constantly listen to any clinkity-clanking.  That's right, this sling is anti-clinkity-clank.  Say it.  It's fun.  Anti-clinkity-clank.

No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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