Best Ar Sling For Hunting in 2023
KAYLLE 2-Point Rifle Sling Mount - Premium Shotgun Sling with Upgraded Metal Hook Fits Any Weapon - Durable & Quick Length Adjust - Multi Use for Tactical, Hunting, Sniper, Shooting (Black)
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- ✅ UPGRADED METAL HOOK: More space to fit any weapon. You don't have to worry about it too small. Works with all attachment hardware.
- ✅ EXTRA COMFORT WITH HIGHT QUALITY MATERIAL: Light weight and soft yet durable hardware made of PREMIUM heavy duty chafe resistant custom nylon webbing, remaining anti-chafe for user comfort.
- ✅ ADJUSTABLE: Easy to lengthen or shorten with the quick adjustment buckle using only one hand. Adjusts Up To 70 Inches. No loose end to flop around or tangle in other gear.
- ✅ FIT ANY WEAPON: The rifle sling can fit all guns types and sizes. No need to purchase a different sling for each of your shotgun. It comes with a high-quality, high-density BAND, with extra strong hooks, for a long lasting usage. Fits Semi-Automatic, Single Shot and all Bolt, Lever or Pump Action Guns
STI 2 Point Rifle Sling - Adjustable Gun Sling with Fast-Loop and 1.25 inch Webbing for Hunting Sports and Outdoors (GI Green/Hunter Green)
- FAST ADJUST "on the fly" - Make fast length changes without having to disconnect sling. Minimize tangles and fumbles in the field
- ADJUSTABLE TO 55+ INCHES - works with all 1.25 inch multi-use attachment hardware, ITW MASH Hook, HK Hook, ParaClip (Magpul) and OEM Rifle Sling Swivels or QD Swivels
- PREMIUM TANGLE & CHAFE RESISTANT WEBBING - Superior "Box X" Stitching, Premium Heavy Duty Chafe Resistant Nylon Webbing, durable High Impact Polymer Composite parts. Mil-Spec quality, materials and build at a great price
- TUBE WEBBING 4000 POUND TEST - Unfailingly reliable, and far stronger than other webbing... strongest and best quality webbing available for weapons sling use and ideal in all close encounter and field carry and shooting applications
- BUY WITH CONFIDENCE - BACKED WITH A 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - - The STI Sling quality and price point makes our product an unusually good value. Quality, Durability, PEERLESS Customer Support
CVLIFE 6-9 Inches Tactical Rifle Bipod Adjustable Spring Return with Adapter
- With return springs and leg release button, the leg length can be adjusted from 6 inches (152mm)to 9 inches(225mm).
- Made of hardened steel and aluminum, non-rust black anodized finish, the rifle bipod is duty and light weight.
- Adjustable leg length: 5 settings for different length, the bipod is ready to meet your needs.
- Quickly attach to or detach from the rifle using existing swivel stud.
- Foldable arms with spring tension control. Come with the mount adapter.
Ten Point Gear Gun Sling Paracord 550 Adjustible w/Swivels (Multiple Color Options) (Black & Coyote Brown)
- Adjustable from 33" to 44"
- Swivels for standard swivel mounts
- Great for rifles, shotguns, and even crossbows
- Multiple color options available
Paracord Gun Strap 2 Point Rifle Sling with Adjustable Length for Outdoor Hunting Shooting
- Quick Adjust designed, allowed to easily and quickly adjust the sling length; quick adjust sling can be fully adjusted up to 58 inch, one size fits all
- Removable 550 paracord strap, used as a survival strap, total 23ft paracord rope woven to 10inch strap, cover with heat shrink tube for unexpected unwind
- Designed with elastic cords for shock absorbing, reduce force on shoulder while in long time carrying rifle
- Upgraded Metal Hook: More space to fit any weapon, works with all attachment hardware
- Made of 1.25 inch Nylon material, double layer, flexible and durable
CVLIFE 9-13 Inches Bipod with Solid Sling Adapter Base
- With return springs and leg release button, the leg length can be adjusted from 9" to 13"
- Made of hardened steel and aluminum, non-rust black anodized finish, the rifle bipod is duty and light weight.
- Adjustable leg length: 10 settings for different length, the bipod is ready to meet your needs.
- Quickly attach to or detach from the handguard using existing swivel stud.
- Super Light Weight Weighs under 0.78lb.
Less Side 2 Point Rifle Sling 550 Paracord Gun Sling Quick Adjust Gun Shoulder Strap Removable Paracord Survival Strap HK Hooks Two Point Hunting Sling (HK Hooks)
- Quick adjust rifle sling, design with fast adjust loop with grasp strap, helps to quicker and more accurate aim and shoot
- Removable handmade 550 paracord strap, could be used as a survival strap independently in emergancy
- Additional buckle for more length adjust, up to 58 inch with paracord strap, fits more hunters
- Large open HK clips, easy to attach on most kinds of sling swivel attachment or adapter, metal D ring for optional multi use
- Elastic strap provides shock force absorbing, reduce pressure on your shoulder while fast cross the field
Magpul QD Quick-Disconnect Sling Swivel
- Push-button quick-detach sling swivel for 1-1/4" webbing
- Manganese-phosphate finished steel
- Compatible with QD sling attachment points
- Combine with MS1 Sling for dedicated two-point sling, or with MS1 MS4 Adapter for two to one-point convertible sling
- Made in USA
Viking Tactics - VTAC - Wide Padded Sling UPGRADED Model - Kryptek Black Typhon Camo
- Rock Mountain Tactical & Viking Tactics Collaboration
- Sling Has Metal Hardware
- Elastic Stow Bands (Limited Edition Run)
- Textured Rubber Pull Tab (Once these are gone that's it)
- Sling Color: Kryptek Typhon (MADE IN USA)
DMAIP Tactical Hunting Gun Sling Adjustable Bungee Rifle Sling Strap System for Airsoft Hunting Military QD Swivel Dual Gun Sling
- Quick Release Single Point Rifle Sling.
- Applicable for all rifles with QD swivel mount.
- Built in steel universal QD swivel for QD swivel system.
- Made from high durability nylon for a superior, long-lasting build.
- Adjustable length to accommodate different user body frame and rifle sizes.
One Happy Texan
Harvey Young lived a life of hard work and great reward. His alter ego, Tex Thomas, is one of Austin's legendary crooners and guitar slingers. In a life filled with hard work and play, Young faced every challenge head on.
These days you find him mostly here-the Texas Hill Country north of Austin-or cruising on down to the city for a gig at Guero's Bar with his decades-old band, Tex Thomas and His Danglin' Wranglers.
Folks like to tell Young how important his music was to them and that he hasn't lost much over the years. But the 60-year-old with a smoky drawl will probably just smile and say thank you, not desiring to burden them with the many health issues that have weighed him down so much, he's not sure there's much time left in the saddle for this old cowboy. But as the song goes, that's "further on up the road."
Life began for Young in the tiny town of Spade, and like most West Texans, he learned that eating well meant getting your hands dirty. The Young's grew cotton on their farm, although his dad also was pretty well known as a steel guitarist, a skill that certainly influenced the lad and helped to guide his future journeys. But being a musician meant hitting the road a lot of weekends, and his father was no exception to the rule. Harvey was only 13 when a car wreck killed his father, and the boy's working life began in earnest.
"We weren't poor, but my mother had never worked," Young reminisced as he steered toward Georgetown, over on Interstate 35. And so they both worked hard to put food on the table and keep up their home. Earlier on, Young overcame polio and learned welding. By the time he was 12, he worked three or four jobs at a time. He would find time, though, to play baseball, first Little League, and then in high school. The sport would lead to more physical ailments.
"I tore up one of my knees playing catcher," he said. "And that may have begun what's wrong with my thumbs. I broke them both, and osteoarthritis set in." He developed arthritis as well in his back and legs-"Heck, most of my joints ache these days"-and the disease would plague him from then on.
For 40 years, Young and his mother owned a bail bond company in Amarillo. During those years, he built a large home in the country and with his wife, Patti, raised daughter Erin Marie. He suffered from migraine headaches from time to time, something he attributes to the polio. After an accident that required a blood transfusion, he caught Hepatitis C.
Despite the maladies that seemed determined to lay him low, Young worked hard during the day so he could pursue his passion for music nights and weekends. By 1976, he and his band had gained a following. Like a good tune on the jukebox, however, the song eventually had to end and so it was that as they aged and married and began families, the band found it harder to stick together and for a while, disappeared all together.
When the bail bond business began to fail, he turned to home remodeling and displayed some spectacular woodworking skills that would earn him top dollar. But working with his hands like that wasn't in the cards for long and three years ago, he couldn't do it any longer. "I started hurting myself," Young said. "I have a neurological disorder that causes me to have intense dizzy spells. I fell off a wall three times." He marked Jan. 1, 2020, as his final day of work.
By then, Young's list of ailments was nearly as long as a music set at a Texas roadhouse. Arthritis, migraines, Hepatitis C, shortness of breath, dizziness and temporary blindness from the neurological disorder, aching thumbs and a bad lower back ─ he needed an even longer list of medications to ease the pain, and his doctor recommended he apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.
"The kind of work I've always done, you have to be in good shape to do it," Young said. "When you know you can't do it and you know why and what caused it, you do what is necessary.
"I didn't know anything about [SSDI]. I talked to a lot of friends in the music business, and everyone said I needed an advocate." He researched the Internet for help. It was there he found Allsup.
Allsup is a nationwide provider of Social Security disability, Medicare and Medicare Secondary Payer compliance services for individuals, employers and insurance carriers. Founded in 1984, Allsup employs nearly 700 professionals who deliver specialized services supporting people with disabilities and seniors so they may lead lives that are as financially secure and as healthy as possible. The company is based in Belleville, Ill., near St. Louis.
"I looked at quite a few ads for firms that offered help with SSDI, but I liked what Allsup had to say," Young said. He called and was helped by a pleasant young lady. "I had zero problems with them. They knew what they were doing, how to get the information I needed, and apparently they did a good job with Social Security."
Allsup accepted Young as a client Jan. 8, 2020. He was awarded benefits Jan. 16, 2020, after a senior representative took his case before an administrative law judge. Allsup pioneered the concept of on-the-record hearings, whereby the client avoids the hassle of having to go to court. Young was one happy Texan.
"I would recommend Allsup to anybody," he said.
Young never feared going broke, thanks in large part to his wife's work as a human resources manager for a hospice company. But he'd been paying into Social Security since 1965 and, "I felt like I had the money coming to me," he said. He doesn't know how much time he has left, fearful he may die before he reaches age 65. The SSDI benefits enable him to take it easy and spend extra time with his daughter and especially his grandson, Ian Ray, who live in Cibolo, a small village near San Antonio.
Since his band got back together a few years ago, his daughter manages his website and sets up gigs for them. She joins him fishing sometimes, and the whole family sets out on road trips when they can, in the RV he made final payment a couple of years ago.
When the mood strikes, he puts pen to paper, writing songs that speak of the faces and places he's known, the many roads he's traveled, and lessons learned along the way that have guided and sustained a life fully lived.