Allen® Adventurer Sling with Swivel, Mossy Oak® Break-up™

Item # WX2-139515

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Details & Specs

Allen® Rifle Sling with Attached Swivel.

Allen® locking swivels have a spring-loaded attachment pin that can be secured in a closed position by screwing the threaded cap tight against the swivel body. Swivels have steel sling loops / attachment pins and a cast body. Shoulder pad made of tough Endura diamond-stitch nylon fabric.

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4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    Really impress with the qaulity and price
  2. 4 stars
    seems to be well made and the quick detachable swivels make it convenient to change from one rifle to another.
  3. This sling is exactly what I was hoping it would be and more. I am very pleased with the sling and dang !!! I wish I had picked up more than one Thanks for a great product at a very affordable price.
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