10 Best Rifle Sling For Deer Hunting
Updated on: May 2023
Best Rifle Sling For Deer Hunting in 2023
Allen Company Hypa-Lite Bruiser Sling with Swivels for Deer Hunting, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country
- Designed specifically for deer hunters
- Color: Mossy-Oak Break Up Country
- Lightweight and extra durable Hypalon construction
- Handy pocket for indicator or grunt call
- Non-slip textured back keeps you comfortable
- Includes swivels tested to over 300 pounds
Allen Company Rifle Ammo Pouch - Realtree Edge
- Made in the USA
- Made with rugged Endure fabric
- Dense foam padding for protection
- Features a self healing zipper
- Color: Camo/Green - Size: 52 inches
Butler Creek Comfort Stretch Rifle Sling with Swivels, Mossy Oak Break Up Country
- Soft, flexible closed cell neoprene with comfort stretch backing
- Dramatically reduces felt weight
- Non slip grippers keep it firmly in place
- Includes uncle mike's QD swivel sewn in
- Mossy Oak Break Up Country camo pattern
Allen Baktrak Boulder Rifle Sling with Swivels, Black
- Baktrak rubber gripping dots reduce slippage and sling related noise
- Flexible sling face keeps it from twisting
- One hand, quick adjusting
- Includes swivels tested to 300 pounds
- Thumb loop for comfort
TOURBON Vintage Adjustable Leather Rifle Sling Strap Brown Shooting Hunting Gun Accessories
- Tourbon gun sling made from high quality top grain leather
- Size: 67.5-112.5cm (adjustable) Weight: 0.14kg
- Extremely durable yet comfortable
- Beautifully stitched, stylish vintage classic design
- Easily attaches to any standard sling swivels
Tourbon Vintage Leather Deer Head Embroidery Padded Rifle Gun Sling Strap with Swivels
- Tourbon Rifle Sling is made from high quality genuine leather
- Soft padded backing to reduce the sling slipping on your shoulder
- Classic Sporting accessories
- Size: 80cm (adjustable) Weight: 0.11kg
- With 1" Lockable Sling Swivels
Blend-In Ultimate Grip Anti-Slip Rifle Shotgun Gun Sling (Brown)
- Patented All-Direction anti-slip design
- Extremely abrasion and chemical resistant. No scent. All weather proof
- Broad working temperature range (-112F to 230F). Withstands extreme temperatures even in vehicles under hot sunlight or in arctic environments.
- All metal rust resistant quick detach/attach swivels.
- Accidental discharge prevent design.
North Mountain Gear Camo Backpack for Men Hunting Pack Waterproof Bow and Rifle Compatible Hunting Bag
- Large front accessory and main compartment - Small zip interior compartment - Small exterior zipper front pocket - A hydration port and pocket make the pack H2O compatible - Two waist belt zip pockets. This camoflauge daypack is 21 Liters
- Padded mesh support on both the back and waist allows for all day comfort and large volumes of air to pass between your back and the pack keeping you cool
- Front lashing system for securing bow, rifle or other gear. Also included is convent drop down pocket to securely hold gun or bow
- North Mountain Gear stands behind every item we design. If you are not 100% satisfied with your item you can return it for a refund
Hunter Company Rifle Sling Trophy Custom Sling - Deer
- Genuine Top Grain Leather
- Tan, with deer image
- Suede Lined and padded
Brushy Creek Leather Whitetail Deer Design Gun Sling Made in Texas
- Padded Rifle Sling
- Whitetail Deer Gun Sling
- Real Leather
- Rifle or Shotgun Sling
Family Court Violence: Adversarial Divorce Kills Children and Families
Mud slinging inside the divorce has increasingly become gun slinging outside the divorce. The adversarial process is the worst outcome for divorcing couples.
In May we covered the story titled "Kernville man dies after stabbing in child-custody dispute" which discussed a "fight broke out at a home on the 200 block of Bodfish Canyon Road in Bodfish. Crystal Lee Parker, 29, lives at the home and had armed herself with a large knife after people arrived because of the child-custody dispute, according to the sheriff's office." The victim in this case was a man that died after the stabbing had occurred within the child-custody dispute.
Just yesterday another case of family court violence broke out on the campus of UCI in California and was covered by The OC Register and also covered by the updated article written by Lary Holland: Family Court is Deadly Business which tracks numerous occurrences of nationwide family court related violence. In the report a UC Irvine graduate student is accused of shooting his ex-wife to death outside on-campus housing Sunday night during a custody exchange of the couple's 4-year-old son, police announced this morning. The title of the article in the OC Register was UCI slaying suspect had been ordered to double child support which was determined better for the child than the father being able to finish his PhD in particle physics.
The adversarial process seems to be the most prevalent method of divorce, despite many peaceful or "less-adversarial" processes that are available, but not widely understood. For good reason, lawyers certainly make more money on the adversarial process and that seems to be what divorce is all about nowadays, who has the best lawyer.
The Wall Street Journal had a reasonable and well-thought opinion piece on the issue of divorce titled Separate Peace by Stephanie Coontz. In the article she went over the various avenues and costs for different divorce methods that are currently available. The most interesting aspect of the article is that an adversarial divorce is the worst or most expensive avenue to seek a divorce, but the one most pursued.
Hugh McIsaac, a retired director of Family Court Services in Los Angeles and Portland, Ore., advises divorce attorneys to represent their clients' long-term interests, not their short-term anger. The average cost of a mediated divorce is less than $7,000 and of a collaborative divorce less than $20,000. This compares with nearly $27,000 for a divorce negotiated by rival lawyers and about $78,000 for a fully litigated divorce.
Just looking at the numbers, you can tell which process would drive a person to family court related violence, because many people are pushed to the hilt with debt and stress of the adversarial process.
If we can learn anything from the information shared today, it is that serious considerations need to be reviewed for possible reforms to limit the number of adversarial proceedings in the family court, divorce, and child custody type proceedings. If nothing else it will save parents, save children, and provide a safer outcome of all involved.