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My jack pike sling come adrift and I nearly dropped my rifle :censored: so looking for a good rifle sling for my sako finfire any recommendations ?

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Niggeloh slings are pretty good - mine is wider at the shoulder and has a grippy rubber back. It's well made and solid.

 

I also like the wider woven paracord slings - very sturdy.

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I'm not great at posting links Dave but, see if this one works mate.....

 

www.teamwildoutfitters.com/niggeloh-extra-wide-non-slip-rifle-sling-realtree-advantage-timber.html

 

 

If not, this is a picture of the one I've got .....

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I like the Quake Claw - I use them on all my rifles, very durable and non slip.

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Niggeloh slings are pretty good - mine is wider at the shoulder and has a grippy rubber back. It's well made and solid.

I also like the wider woven paracord slings - very sturdy.

Same as , light , wide with a bit of stretch in them very comfortable and non slip ..not cheap but well worth the dollar

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I got a lovely Harkila sling with Tolon quick release QD stud fittings. £25 posted as new condition

Are selling dan?? Any pics?

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Bought a quake claw sling with qr swivels tried it out a few times now and like it a lot Will get one for the c/f next.

THANKS ALL FOR REPLIES.

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I use a 1" nylon strap. A loop is wonderful thing for target shooting, but getting into one takes too long for hunting and a properly executed hasty sling hold is very steady.

I use a couple of long beads of silicone seal on the inside surface in the appropriate area to keep it from slipping off the shoulder while carrying.

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