Single-Point Rifle Sling | Black

$24.95
$16.99
SKU:
213539

Description

After you are done building your new AR-15 or similar style rifle, it will be time to fill your case with only the best and most necessary rifle accessories.

The Single-Point Rifle Sling Black makes carrying and detaching your AR-15 rifle easy and simple. It features black nylon encompassing high density elastic bungee, this sling is durable, adjustable, and incredibly functional. Measuring a maximum length of 64 inches and a minimum length of 46 inches, this sling is designed to secure your AR-15 rifle with a functional carabiner.

Coated for silent operation, this rifle accessory is a must-have.

Be prepared for any situation in all conditions with our Single-Point Rifle Sling Black.

No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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