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Butler Creek Mountain Nylon Sling with Swivel (1-1/4-Inch, Black) by Butler Creek
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MI26923 - Economique et efficace. Nylon très résistant. Facile à ranger (enroulée). Longueur maxi 122cm. Anneaux détachage rapide 1.25" cousus. Largeur 2.54cm. Coloris : noir ou Mossy oak En savoir plus, sur le motif de votre camouflage.
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I got the first one when looking for a light carry strap in keeping with the overall lightweight concept of the Ruger M77RL Ultralight in .250 Savage and the Leupold Vari-X IIc compact scope 2X-7X, 33mm objective scope bought new back in 1985. The Butler Creek Mountain Sling seemed ideal for light, compact rifle I planned to use it with, and for the last 29 years, it has been exactly that.
The Mountain Sling is made out of a very high quality nylon web strap material. On one end, the strap is sewn around an Uncle Mike's sling swivel of the quick detach design that incorporate a barrel screw lock to prevent inadvertent detachment of the sling. The strap at the other end is looped through another one of the aforementioned sling swivels, then back up to the adjustment buckle, to which it is sewn on that end.
Other similar slings have excees loops of strap material. This one only uses as much material as is necessary to do the primary job.
Very effective non-slip material is sewn to the back side of the strap on it's "non-looped" end and this does an excellent job of preventing the rifle being carried from slipping off the shoulder. When the strap is adjusted for length, it tends to stay put at it's set ooverall length adjustment very well. The Uncle Mike's locking QD swivels work very well.
Like many things previously made in the U.S.A., the manufacture of this item has shifted to China since I bought my first one 29 years ago. In this case, though, all of the quality of the original U.S.A. item remains fully intact, in terms of materials and construction. The only way I can tell old from new is that my old one has some bluing wear on the swivels. Otherwise, they are identical in every respect.
I'm happy for that because these have proved very durable for me and go about the task they were designed for very well and are especially well-suited to lightweight rifles like my Ruger Ultralight, or similar rifles like the Remington Model Seven. I also use these on my 10/22 Deluxe Sporter, a Marlin 336, and a Ruger No.1B (which ain't all that light).
I might rather have a true military style Boyt leather sling on something like an old '03 Springfield or Springfield Armory M-1A that I am shooting as a target rifle, but in the hunting field, the Butler Creek Mountain Sling seems like an ideal choice to me.
Now, if they just made it in camo like my old one.......
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