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  1. #1
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    Default Sling recomodations for the Jungle gun

    SI is building me a Jungle gun and can't wait to get it. I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for a sling for it. I probably will not need one but sometimes they come in handy.
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  2. #2
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    I prefer the magpul slings. It's all I use on my guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    I prefer the magpul slings. It's all I use on my guns.
    I still have a lot of older sling styles but this is the direction I'm moving as well. They are easy to adjust and not bulky (lots of adjustable slings are too busy, have a lot of extra plastic, swing around too much, etc.) The magpuls are a bit spendy but worth it for the simplicity and functionality.
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    Magpul MS4


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    I am another fan of the Magpul slings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    Magpul MS4
    Same here.

  7. #7
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    The Magpul is a great sling. What I'd recommend is just contacting SI and asking them to add one to your order. Make sure to post pics when the gun arrives! You'll love it.
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    Kinda partial to Urban ERT slings. Wider than the Magpul (if you spend more time carrying than not, this'll be more comfortable), lots of configurations, and you can use one sling on a variety of weapon systems by using different adapters... Just my 2.
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