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Old September 1st, 2018, 10:02 PM #1
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AR slings

It seems the placement of a sling is a personal thing. I am interested to see how you prefer to use a sling. How did you settle on your set up? Sibgke point, two point, etc. Pics would be helpful.

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Old September 1st, 2018, 10:11 PM #2
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Single-point sucks unless you wear a cup or have a thing for enjoying getting your balls smashed constantly.

2 point FTW.

I like the Vickers Sling.
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Old September 1st, 2018, 10:14 PM #3
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I’m a 2 point guy. Always have been. I have blue force gear slings for all my ARs and in my opinion, they are the most versatile & comfortable slings out there. I’ll post pics when I get back home tomorrow.
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2 point for me too. Check out Savvy Sniper Slings, they are great and have endless possibilities

http://www.savvysniper.com
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I concur, if you are moving...a single point slaps you in the balls...and you cant hold the gun, that defeats the purpose of a sling.
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2 point for me too. Check out Savvy Sniper Slings, they are great and have endless possibilities

http://www.savvysniper.com
I have two savvy slings. Converts from a two point to a one point easily.
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2 point for me as well for reasons already stated. I really like my Vicker's VCAS.
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Single-point sucks unless you wear a cup or have a thing for enjoying getting your balls smashed constantly.

2 point FTW.

I like the Vickers Sling.
+1 on the Vicker's Sling. Another noteworthy sling is Savvy Sniper.

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I do both. When going single attachment, I rig it the opposite of the 'norm' though. No wiener busting and it tucks securely under my right arm, behind my sidearm.
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Definitely 2 point like the others have stated. I prefer Magpul sling MS4.
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