The new QUICK DRAW RIFLE SLING serves as both a standalone sling and/or a functional backpack attachment system. With a magnetic sternum strap, this sling lives up to its Quick Draw name. The QUICK DRAW RIFLE SLING and integrated backpack attachment – in one. Not all rifle slings are created equal. The new QUICK DRAW RIFLE SLING draws on the best elements of standard slings and then takes it to a whole new level of functionality. With a rifle stock docking station that attaches to your pack's waist belt and a reliable, magnetic sternum buckle, you're poised for secure, hands-free bushwhacking.
Love their packs, but the quick draw rifle attachment fails miserably. I attached all accessories to the spots indicated by the directions. However, my rifle still falls off my shoulder. I went back and double checked everything, and the problem still presisted. Thankfully my beartooth 80 has 100 buckles I can choose from to secure my rifle but I'm still disappointed in this product. I would try the universal gun bearer by kifaru.
I've been looking for a serviceable rifle carrying setup for a while now. So far the Mystery Ranch Quick Draw Rifle Sling has proven to be a stable hassle free method to carry my rifle on my pack. I have used it on 2 packs from 2 different companies, so its not just for a Mystery Ranch pack. The magnetic disconnect is sturdy and easy to use. By carrying my rifle with this ssetup I don't really notice the weight of the rifle.
Compared to other slings I have reviewed, this sling just doesnt do what it promised
Doesn’t work like I was hoping ! I have tried moving the clips around to different angles but no matter what I do it still wants to slip down off my shoulder. I love the idea but I think you either need to make a video showing the best ways to adjust it or redesign the hook so a guy could attach the sling under the arm as opposed to over the shoulder.
I've used mine for three seasons. It does sometimes interfere with the pack strap, but with adjustment and practice it transfers the weight of the rifle to the hip belt. The trick is getting the sternum strap in the right spot, then practice pulling the buckle and sliding the rifle out of the saddle. It does it's job.
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