OEM manufacturer custom Round Sling RS8004 Wholesale to Greek
OEM manufacturer custom Round Sling RS8004 Wholesale to Greek Detail:
Color:gray as default color
1)Heavy duty polyester material lifting round slings,please check details on E-catalog.
2)Label printed with customers’ Logo and info on request.
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This is a Run N Gun from several months ago. It was just TheLateBoyScout, LadyLobo and myself that day as we traveled back to the place we call Ricochet Road. In this Run I show a simple and cheap single point sling option for the Marlin Papoose. In fact this would work on a variety of rifles. Also running a couple of 25 round Shooters Ridge Magazines along with a Maxpedition dump pouch and mag pouch. Scout lets me run his Glock 34 with Serpa Holster. See how it all works in this fun fire course out in the hot desert.
I took the Traveler XXL Hammock by Byer of Maine out the other day and my thoughts are the following. I think it is great in the at home hammock and “party” hammock if you will usage. I think the size of the Traveler XXL Hammock by Byer of Maine is awesome, and the super lightweight material lends itself to a great spring, fall and summer time use. The one thing though I would have to see before recommending it for backpacking usage would be a different tree strap setup. Using ropes on trees is usually seen, and I agree, as negative by national parks. I know you were going for a quick setup, which this is, but the other thing is it is not adjustable and you have to find trees at a certain space apart, which can be difficult. So I recommend getting rid of the rope and S clip system and moving to a 1″ polyester webbing (5′) tree strap and whoopie slings, with a soft shackle connection between. This will still be ultralightweight, super strong, just as fast to put up, but 100x more adjustable and will demonstrate more of a “leave no trace” if using in national parks and in the woods in general for backpack usage. Also, more colors I would like to see.