Magpul Industries Introduces the MS1 Padded Sling

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posted on December 2, 2014
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Unique in construction, the MS1 Padded Sling combines comfort and function without the bulk of traditional padded slings.  Utilizing a custom-woven variable-width tubular webbing, the MS1 Padded Sling provides a 2-inch padded section that seamlessly narrows to 1.25 inches, with the same adjustment as the already proven MS1 sling.

Inside the webbing is a ripstop-laminated enhanced foam pad that cannot roll, twist, or bunch while providing comfort and support for heavier weapons or extended periods with the weapon slung.  By removing the structural stitching required on traditional padded slings, we have reduced failure points, increased strength, and improved comfort and function. Compatible with all MS1/MS3/MS4 accessories, the MS1 Padded Sling provides an unparalleled padded sling solution.

MSRP: $59.95. Currently available in black, with coyote, gray and ranger green available soon.

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