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Posted: 6/28/2006 9:48:14 PM EST
awesome f-ing set up !!!!!! That is the bomb
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Posted: 7/2/2006 10:15:41 AM EST
550 cord sling on the XM177, hand braided... Cost? 3 hours of TV time..

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Posted: 7/5/2006 6:43:29 PM EST
stick, what clamp on adapter are you using in that first picture?
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Posted: 7/5/2006 10:37:12 PM EST

Blue Force Gear IDF style two point sling with KAC rail mount QR sling swivel, Specter Gear CAR mag pouch, Vltor rubber pad, Magpul ladder rail protectors, TD panels and VFG



Mar-om Dolphin IDF sling on my M16A2 clone rifle, Specter Gear MOUT single point sling on my LMT carbine and DSG Arms carbine cases
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Posted: 7/7/2006 8:52:41 PM EST
I found a single point sling allows my carbine to swing too wildly during transitions so I came up with this. It is a modified $25 Eagle sling. I call it the, "tactical 2-point"

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Posted: 7/18/2006 8:45:22 AM EST

Originally Posted By JTrusty:
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Is this the pelican 1700, 1720, or 1750???

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Posted: 7/25/2006 11:12:55 PM EST

Originally Posted By Custom-X_Sponjah:
Is this the pelican 1700, 1720, or 1750???
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Evenly spaced hinges, two clasps, one side handle and no room for a second rifle, my bet is the 1700.

Great job on cut-outs JTrusty!
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My AR10 with CQB Solutions sling from Quantico Arms and ALOSTYR handguards from Armalite.

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My sling set-up. Specter CQB 3-point with GG&G QD front sling thing, CAA CBST stock with Daniel Defense QD sling swivel:

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Troy Industries Single-Point Sling in OD and A CQD end-plate adapter....



CQD Sling, CQD, End-Plate, CQD 1913 Rail Loop...



Turner AWS Sling, Midwest Industries QD Sling Loop for FF Rail, stock PRS mount on the back...



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Barrett M468 w/single point sling.



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Posted: 8/18/2006 7:12:03 PM EST
Where did you get the bag at? What is the Brand and model?

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What kind of case is that? Where did you get it?
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Beautiful, DM!



M24, what chest rig is that?


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Modified BHI Commando Chest rig.
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Posted: 8/30/2006 2:54:10 PM EST

Originally Posted By m24shooter:
Modified BHI Commando Chest rig.


I can see that now that you said it. Thanks!


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Originally Posted By Globemaster:
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I'd suggest you ditch the nylon hook snap thingy I tried a set up like that for awhile but the the snap had alot of ware on it from the steel plate, enough I was worried about it failing.
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I'd suggest you ditch the nylon hook snap thingy I tried a set up like that for awhile but the the snap had alot of ware on it from the steel plate, enough I was worried about it failing.


I like both of these styles of snap-hooks, I’ve built a few slings and have never had one fail as of yet. This metal type seems to be the most popular style.


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I have no idea what this sling is but I like it.
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Troy Single Point. Liked it for awhile but I need a Vickers Tactical sling now.
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Posted: 10/9/2006 10:14:02 AM EST
I've already posted this pic in another section but it shows my accessories pretty well so here it is. ***need to get around to taking some new pics ***

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Posted: 10/10/2006 5:01:03 PM EST

Blue Force Gear IDF style, QR pushbutton sling swivel, coyote brown, two point model from DSG Arms



Front QR swivel is mounted on KAC QR rail mount



Rear QR swivel mounted on Vltor club foot modstock QR mount
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Posted: 10/27/2006 11:52:28 AM EST

Originally Posted By fivepointoh:
I've already posted this pic in another section but it shows my accessories pretty well so here it is. ***need to get around to taking some new pics ***

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ive been thinking about doing a similiar sling at the same attaching locations. Is yours a two point or 3 point? How/Where does the firearm hang?

If you do get around to taking some new pics, would you be able to show how it hangs while youre wearing it?

Thanks!
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Posted: 11/3/2006 6:57:53 PM EST
globemaster-did you buy the sling or piece it together? i'm looking for something similiar
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Posted: 11/3/2006 7:46:54 PM EST
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globemaster-did you buy the sling or piece it together? i'm looking for something similiar


I did build the sling, I just ran a 1" strap though the sling location on the A2 and made it as tight as I could going over the top of the buttstock, then just make the upper carry sling from 1” or 1 ½ “ and cut it to your desired length. I have made a few slings including the popular 3-points and a few single-point slings as well. Just go to the local fabric shop and buy up a few pieces and build one they’re easy and allot cheaper then adding the word tactical to it and paying $30 dollars vs. under $10 dollars of material, and having the satisfaction of making it yourself.
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Posted: 11/28/2006 4:18:51 PM EST
[Last Edit: 11/28/2006 4:19:48 PM EST by Augee]
Doesn't seem to be a very popular one, but I got it at the PX for authenticiy, and easy access, I hate ordering things online, do it when I need to, but prefer store bought purchases... I guess I'm a twenty one year old geezer

SPEC OPS brand Mamba 3 point sling, with power strike action!

sorry for the crappy pics, I'm working on it. Slowly...






No! 3 point slings aren't too complicated at all! Of course, the fact that it's also attached to a SPEC OPS (also purchased at the PX!) M4 spare magazine pouch might make it a little worse, hasn't been a problem yet, though, everything retains well when I wear it... and walk it back and forth on the range. Never gotten out of a HMMV with one, though, maybe someday...

Here is a picture of the rifle with the 1 point sling I've also got for it. Rifle configuration is different now, but I can still switch between slings fairly easily, just remove the 3 point, and snap on the 1 point if it's ever necessary,



The main reason I decided to get the three point, though, is just some experience and to try it, now that I have the single point, all the USGI ones I've used had the black nylon two points, and to be honest, I'm loving the three point, hangs well, just like the two point, but with a lot more positive control, should be good for patrolling.

~Augee
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Posted: 12/11/2006 7:13:59 PM EST

My version of a Vickers type two-point sling. I took my CQB Solutions 3-point and made a few mods. Added an ALOSTYR sling mount on the rail and here you go. Certainly not a quick-adjustment like the Vickers but it can be adjusted to do many different things.

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