Magpul's toughest sling adapter: The Paraclip.
Paraclips are strong enough to hold the weight of the heaviest rifle you'll probably ever kit out. Hell, Paraclips are probably tough enough to hold down your sling's straps as an improvised tourniquette. Now, we don't recommend getting into a situation where you need to test this.
Hardened steel with cross-bolt locking.
The weakest link in any sling is, quite literally, the link itself: Whatever adapter you're using is more likely to fail than the sheer strength of all that ballistic nylon webbing. So, Magpul removed the weak link by over-engineering their Paraclips. These units are made from case-hardened steel, they sport a cross-bolt lock bar that stops the clip from ever coming loose, and they're coated in Melonite. That's the same stuff they use to coat most machinegun barrels, nowadays.
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