Shooting Illustrated Looks At AR-15 Slings
Shooting Illustrated – -(TheShootingWire.com)- Their July issue features a comprehensive look at the advantages and disadvantages of today's most popular AR-15 sling styles. Former Special Forces operator Steve Adelmann's experience shows as he sheds light on the tactical challenges addressed by different styles of slings, which ones lend themselves to offhand shooting, where others fall short, materials and much more.
“If you have a new AR and are thinking about giving it a good sling, you need to pick up this month's issue,” said Shooting Illustrated Editor in Chief Guy J. Sagi. “Adelmann's article gives you solid details on which styles work best for particular applications and he even goes into the types of buckles you should not consider.”
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