What should I expect from “The Survivor Sling”?
General Usage Conversation
Just what should your survivor sling be able to do? Well, carry your firearm…right? At least, yes. Accomplishment of that goal required several functional aspects that should be available on ANY good gun sling…ours included.
Single Point? Dual Point? Three (3) Point? Which one can be complexing to the new shooter. Truth is, just exactly ‘how’ one wears a survivor sling will be determined by the shooter, as to the precise aspects of expectation, function and wearability. Whether or now to go with any of the three options here is a personal…mission specific…and shooter ability in determining 1, 2 or 3 points of attachment. Try them all. Find your “Zone”…
Single Point Sling adjustment. Typically, a Single Point Sling are best sized with the expected gear that will be worn in the upcoming use. Packs, vests, armor etc will effect your sizing. Adjust your survivor sling while wearing “Your Kit”. This configuration should be able to be drawn to shoot via preferred LEFT/RIGHT Hand, AND be able to switch position from Left Shoulder to Right Shoulder – WITHOUT Changing hand position. Try it…A very valuable skill, and your survivor sling must be able to do such.
Two Point Sling adjustment.
Maximize the Bungee. When the Special Need to have an increased degree of stability with this survivor sling, adjust thusly. Advised to attach 2 point with Main Connector to the aft (Stock) and the Webbing Connector (other end) forward on side or top of barrel/hand guard region. With the shooting hand alone, draw the weapon to a shoulder firing position. With the other hand, grapes the EZ Adjuster Handle and “DIAL IN” the needed resistance. You may have to size down the length of the webbing in order to achieve this support.
Left Right Transition. Traditional two point will allow the user to drape the firearm across the chest, while maintaining “Near Battery” Position. (Battery – A Near Ready Position to Fire). Generally worn loosely, this configuration should be able to be drawn to shoot via preferred LEFT/RIGHT Hand, AND be able to switch position from Left Shoulder to Right Shoulder – WITHOUT Changing hand position. Try it…A very valuable skill, and your sling must be able to do such.
Inside out? No such thing, however, when worn properly, the EX Adjuster Handle loop should be facing toward the Outside. Thusly available for grasping.
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