First Look: Tac Shield Tactical 2-Point Padded Sling

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posted on April 28, 2021
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A rifle sling allows you to carry your rifle for hours (if not days) on end, and yet still keep your firearm close at hand when you need it the most. A two-point sling, where the sling is attached to the rifle on the stock and on the forend, have been default style of sling for generations.

Now Tac Shield is expanding their popular sling category with a new Tactical 2-Point Padded Sling. The 2-Point adjustable sling offers padded sling webbing and comes with push button QD swivels that are sewn into the sling. There is also quick-adjust slider pull that allows you to quickly change the length of the sling for fast target engagement and a steady shooting platform.

The Tac Shield Tactical 2-Point Padded Sling enhances your ability to carry your rifle all day long in complete comfort. The padding on the sling has a snag-free design that works even when backpack shoulder straps are worn on top of the sling. In addition to this, just like  all Tac Shield 2-Point slings, the Tactical Padded Sling incorporates an Emergency Release Buckle (ERB) for quick weapon removal near the toe of the stock. The quick slider pull tab has a bar-tack for tactile identification.

Tac Shield products are made in America and are built so that our military, sworn officers, and private individuals have the finest tactical nylon gear for some of the world's harshest conditions. Tac Shield uses Mil-Spec materials and high-quality domestic manufacturing processes to ensure that all of their products are of the highest quality. All of their products are backed with a lifetime warranty, and Tac Shield military product brands also include sport ridge products designed for shooters that demand "rugged performance" while in the field.

MSRP for the Tactical 2-Point Padded Sling is $29.99, and more information on this product and other gear from Tac Shield is available at tacshield.com.

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