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The 2-pointer is the most popular type of setup for a few reasons. It’s comfortable and easy to use, ambidextrous, and comes with an adjustable stabilizing strap that improves recoil control, stabilizes your muzzle, and ultimately improves accuracy without adding a bulky bipod or more weight to your equipment.
The 2-point gun slings provide a universally easy way to carry any long firearm, but not all serve the same purpose. That’s why we’re working with two of the top rifle sling companies in the market—Allen Company and Magpul—to provide both tactical shooters and outdoorsmen with the proper setup for all long guns.
If you’re invested in the ultimate setup or you’re working a three-gun competition, you need a 2-point sling that’s high-speed and low-drag; Magpul’s MS and RLS series are the perfect candidates. If you’re stalking that prize buck or bird and you need something comfortable, padded, and quiet, check out Allen’s selection; their Eagle BakTrak, Yukon, and Endura are designed for hunters.
The 2-pointers are jacks of all trades. In addition to providing a stabilizing hold for accuracy, your average two-pointer can be easily converted into a single-point setup for an even easier tactical carry. You just have to grab the appropriate adapter and mount for your firearm and connect them to your new single mount. We have a large selection of QD swivels and studs, hooks, and other mounts and adapters that will work with any 1.25-inch nylon web.
Your sling is only as effective as the buckle and mount you secure it with. At Range Often, we have sourced a huge variety of compatible mounts that work with all the Allen and Magpul gear you will find here. Choose quick-detach and locking paraclips, rail or wood-stock adapters, and studs. Options are available for rail-mounted tactical rifles and wood-stocked bolt guns.
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