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Posted: 1/1/2024 8:58:54 PM EDT
This popped up in my Youtube recommended videos a couple of days ago. It seems like a good idea, but appears to be bulky based on the pictures.  Anyone here tried them or seen them in person?

https://onehundredconcepts.com/products/paracordqdparacordqd

The Newest Way To Have A Sling QD That's Completely Silent
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Link Posted: 1/1/2024 9:13:17 PM EDT
[#1]
like the concept. Ill probably buy one when they get the aluminum version out.
Link Posted: 1/2/2024 1:01:47 PM EDT
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I just ordered some of the Q sling devils to try out, might have to try one of these as well.
Link Posted: 1/2/2024 6:40:23 PM EDT
[#3]
Looks pretty cool. I bought some paracord guides from ESD so I’m interested in this as well - however that $32 for one… I’ll let y’all recoup the R&D and personally wait for a sale.
Link Posted: 1/2/2024 8:41:05 PM EDT
[#4]
Or for free, you just undo the webbing strap end of the tri-slide that is holding your paracord loop.
Link Posted: 1/3/2024 3:18:40 AM EDT
[#5]
Anyone else hear that distinct SNAP upon detachment? So what about noise or sound were they comparing to normal QD slings? My slings never make a snapping sound.
Link Posted: 1/3/2024 5:17:58 AM EDT
[#6]
Or just 550 cord it right to the rifle and save money.


Link Posted: 1/3/2024 9:00:46 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By JBecker_72:
Or just 550 cord it right to the rifle and save money.

https://i.postimg.cc/bY5wv9b2/IMG-0610.jpg
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Watch the video in the OP from 0:25-0:50, it covers the downsides of attaching paracord directly to the rail.


It’s the reason I ditched my Proctor slings
Link Posted: 1/3/2024 10:32:13 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Luny421:

Watch the video in the OP from 0:25-0:50, it covers the downsides of attaching paracord directly to the rail.


It's the reason I ditched my Proctor slings
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Originally Posted By Luny421:
Originally Posted By JBecker_72:
Or just 550 cord it right to the rifle and save money.

https://i.postimg.cc/bY5wv9b2/IMG-0610.jpg

Watch the video in the OP from 0:25-0:50, it covers the downsides of attaching paracord directly to the rail.


It's the reason I ditched my Proctor slings
If for some reason I need to separate the sling from the upper I'll just un loop the sling from the 550. My Proctor sling comes off easy enough also.
Link Posted: 1/3/2024 8:02:41 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By JBecker_72:
If for some reason I need to separate the sling from the upper I'll just un loop the sling from the 550. My Proctor sling comes off easy enough also.
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Yeah agreed, that seems like the definition of a quibble... Unlooping the sling doesn’t take that much time, or sliding off the buttstock for the lower if you need that part.

Now if they said that paracord wears out, abrades, you can’t do a quick adjustment Magpul Dynamics style then sure, but I’m not sold on the “gotta remove the sling for upper lower” idea. YMMV.
Link Posted: 1/4/2024 11:48:40 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Joedirt199:
Or for free, you just undo the webbing strap end of the tri-slide that is holding your paracord loop.
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Originally Posted By Joedirt199:
Or for free, you just undo the webbing strap end of the tri-slide that is holding your paracord loop.

I store my long guns without slings and often transport my AR in separate pieces.  I'm willing to spend a few bucks for a quick and convenient method for attaching and detaching a sling.

Originally Posted By ARgonot:
Anyone else hear that distinct SNAP upon detachment? So what about noise or sound were they comparing to normal QD slings? My slings never make a snapping sound.
I assumed that comment referred to carrying the weapon.
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