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Posted: 2/21/2024 3:51:14 PM EDT
I was looking around at some random web gear the other day and came across this sling:

Lunar Concepts Contour Sling

Looks pretty interesting and probably super comfortable for situations where you may have a rifle hanging on you all day (at the range, class work, selling girl scout cookies...) and I'm thinking bout grabbing one.  I've seen a couple of good reviews on YouTube, but anyone running one of these on a regular basis?  Pros and Cons?  Thanks!
Link Posted: 2/21/2024 7:33:29 PM EDT
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Might be great for some, I've never liked the pre-angled & padded slings very much.
Link Posted: 2/22/2024 4:59:55 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Coolin_Homie:
Might be great for some, I've never liked the pre-angled & padded slings very much.
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Yeah, that's what is nagging me as well... I always end up with the old BFG Vickers.  
Link Posted: 4/29/2024 8:20:29 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By SnaitN:
I was looking around at some random web gear the other day and came across this sling:

Lunar Concepts Contour Sling

Looks pretty interesting and probably super comfortable for situations where you may have a rifle hanging on you all day (at the range, class work, selling girl scout cookies...) and I'm thinking bout grabbing one.  I've seen a couple of good reviews on YouTube, but anyone running one of these on a regular basis?  Pros and Cons?  Thanks!
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It's a good sling, I run a couple, it's great in classes.  

Then again, I'm biased, the guy that used to manage my local club range was Ben from Wise Men Company, and I take classes with the Barrel & Hatchet guys, who also run that sling.  Not only does the padding help, the angle just makes sling manipulations much easier, and it hangs better, less twisting, that sort of thing.  

It's not perfect, it's doesn't stow as cleanly as a non-angled sling, and there are other length adjustment mechanisms I like better (though there are also a lot that I like a lot less).  But well worth the money, get one and try it out, you probably won't hate it.

Link Posted: 4/30/2024 12:56:59 AM EDT
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It's a good sling, I run a couple, it's great in classes.  

Then again, I'm biased, the guy that used to manage my local club range was Ben from Wise Men Company, and I take classes with the Barrel & Hatchet guys, who also run that sling.  Not only does the padding help, the angle just makes sling manipulations much easier, and it hangs better, less twisting, that sort of thing.  

It's not perfect, it's doesn't stow as cleanly as a non-angled sling, and there are other length adjustment mechanisms I like better (though there are also a lot that I like a lot less).  But well worth the money, get one and try it out, you probably won't hate it.

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Originally Posted By Croak:
Originally Posted By SnaitN:
I was looking around at some random web gear the other day and came across this sling:

Lunar Concepts Contour Sling

Looks pretty interesting and probably super comfortable for situations where you may have a rifle hanging on you all day (at the range, class work, selling girl scout cookies...) and I'm thinking bout grabbing one.  I've seen a couple of good reviews on YouTube, but anyone running one of these on a regular basis?  Pros and Cons?  Thanks!


It's a good sling, I run a couple, it's great in classes.  

Then again, I'm biased, the guy that used to manage my local club range was Ben from Wise Men Company, and I take classes with the Barrel & Hatchet guys, who also run that sling.  Not only does the padding help, the angle just makes sling manipulations much easier, and it hangs better, less twisting, that sort of thing.  

It's not perfect, it's doesn't stow as cleanly as a non-angled sling, and there are other length adjustment mechanisms I like better (though there are also a lot that I like a lot less).  But well worth the money, get one and try it out, you probably won't hate it.


I’ve got one as well and pretty much completely agree. I’d like to get a few more, but already have more slings than rifles to put them on.
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