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ronnieb
November 09, 2004, 19:52
Hey all,
I'm looking at setting up my ORF carbine with a single point sling. I know that Jen was selling a mount that fit between the stock and receiver but can't quite come up with a link to it.
I'd love any help in locating a good setup. I would prefer one with a clip on it so I could just detach the rifle while still retaining the sling on my person.
Is there such a beast?

Thanks!

Dorsai
November 09, 2004, 21:34
GG&G makes a receiver endplate with a sling loop ($37.50). Specter gear, formerly CQB solutions makes a MOUT sling that will work ($23.50).

http://www.gggaz.com/images/fal_sling.jpg

http://www.gggaz.com/products/fal_sling.php

http://www.spectergear.com/mout_1_lg.jpg

http://www.spectergear.com/mout_sling.htm

Dave1
November 09, 2004, 23:41
Well, that's just friggin great. Some one copied my design and "claim" someone else "Lance Harris" brought the idea to them. Buttwipes:mad:
Don't know what to do now. Hell, at 37.50 hahahahahahehehehehehe I doubt they sell any

Dave

Wade Kimmell
November 10, 2004, 00:15
Check out this link for a "Sling thing" from gunthings. I have two and love them. Cheap too, 17 bucks. I use a DSA handgaurd sling swivel up front.

Go to the lower section to find it.

http://www.gunthings.com/

CATM Larry
November 10, 2004, 01:30
Isn't it called the Schneider Sling Thing? I got one a while ago and never ended up using it, story of my life.

Larry

maz
November 10, 2004, 04:50
get a holed ov rooster on this board, he can set you up.:)

ronnieb
November 10, 2004, 09:20
The setup on that AR is exactly what i'm talking about. How secure is that clip? It looks like the one on my duty belt.

Wade Kimmell
November 10, 2004, 23:32
Yeah CATM, Schneider makes it.

Rooster
November 11, 2004, 00:50
For those of you that didn't know, Dave1 IS schneider Machine, the maker of the original Sling Thingy

maz
November 11, 2004, 05:22
cool, thanks rooster for the heads up. and thank you dave1 for a great product.

maz.:)

JoeLad
November 11, 2004, 10:38
More thanks to Dave. I have a Sling Thingy on my carbine. Very cool.:cool:

JoeLad:D

Dave1
November 11, 2004, 12:06
Thanks for the kind words guys! Your the best:bow:

Dave

Ssarge
November 11, 2004, 19:07
Originally posted by ronnieb
The setup on that AR is exactly what i'm talking about. How secure is that clip? It looks like the one on my duty belt.
I have one. I got tired of the 3 point Giles sling getting in the way of the bolt release or sights. This is a better/simpler way to sling your rifle. Also, the buckle is very secure. I use one on my duty M4.

TimW
November 12, 2004, 21:35
There's also the Frankensling

http://www.practicaltactical.net/Detail.bok?no=103

$25, delivered.

dadman
November 14, 2004, 21:30
I don't have one, but I got to use one a bit at the range on another shooters AR.
The sling at the link wasn't wide and was simple to operate. The adjuster/ keeper reminded me of the adjuster/keeper on an ALICE pack shoulder strap.
ODSPEC Sling (http://odspec.com/indexa.html)
http://odspec.com/indexa.html

dadman
November 14, 2004, 21:44
Wilderness slings (http://www.thewilderness.com/catalog/default.php/cPath/1)
http://www.thewilderness.com/catalog/default.php/cPath/1

JoeLad
November 17, 2004, 22:55
Dadman,
Thanks for the link. I just ordered a Wilderness single point sling for my FAL carbine.

JoeLad:D

EMDII
November 18, 2004, 11:07
I removed the buttstock tang screw (lower receiver) and installed the pivot for an Uncle Mike's (IIRC) swivel. I have used a grenade ring and/or a standard swivel there, and routinely attach Rooster's SP sling to it. Perfect location, permits crossover, muzzle stays where it should during transitions.

photomike
November 21, 2004, 22:58
Dave,

thanks for an excellent product!!

I love the setup on my carbine as well.......

Mike

Gewehr3
November 23, 2004, 17:54
Go with the Schneider sling thing. If for no other reason, the guys at GGG are arrogant pricks who could care less about your business and make average overpriced gear.