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Service Rifle Slings

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If you’re going to be a Service Rifle shooter, there's precious little more important than learning all about this contraption. This book takes 80 pages to show you all there is to know.

Most of us choose a 1907-style leather sling, and its use confounds even long-time shooters sometimes. Learning to get it working as well as it can (which is very well) is a huge boost up for anyone running a smoke pole.

Service RIfle Slings is cover-to-cover all about this topic. And the topic goes way on beyond putting it together.

One full segment on materials and configuration options allowable by CMP and NRA for competition. Leather, synthetic, and both web style slings are detailed and disassembled. It’s brand-specific, too. There are no bad slings in this book! Learn how to know the difference, and which to purchase.

All Service Rifles are included. Mechanics and sling use change!

Four different assembly and hook up methods are shown in detail, including no-pulse configurations and many conventional options.


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SERVICE RIFLE SLINGS
So many shooters are confounded by Service Rifle sling use, and this book will, without a doubt, put an end to that once and for all. I've used every conceivable means, and sling, over a lot of years, and talked over the topic many times with many outstanding Service Rifle champions. It's all in here.


Complete information on allowable slings. Pros and cons, construction, materials, keepers, and webs.
Step-by step assembly guide for proven winning hook-up methods, plus variations and assembly tricks (no-pulse included). Dozens of large, crystal-clear photos, and bullet-proofed instructions to go with them.
After it's all together, there is page after page showing the correct way to get into this contraption, get it adjusted, get it tight, and keep it where it belongs. There are a couple of tricks you don't want to miss.

Making it work for you -- tension and positioning, plus detailed mechanics of sling use, that work. There are a lot of different approaches in the mechanics of hand positioning and sling tension for sitting and prone, and a whopping lot on choosing a glove that will help keep the hand in place along the forend.

The information in this book, from start to finish, is as focused and complete as possible.

It's nothing but SERVICE RIFLE SLINGS!

Funny, but I didn't even think there would be as much to say as there ended up being said.

I even talk about this! Now that's something...

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