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A shotgun sling deserves to have shell holders.
After all, what good are gun slings that don’t provide a built-in bandolier? It’s cool and practical. Plus, shotguns can get pretty heavy, and it does you no good to ruck out to your favorite hunting grounds or public range, dragging it at the low ready the whole time. That’s why buying a proper sling is a good investment. Besides, a proper sling setup can provide recoil mitigation and improved accuracy by turning it into a shooting brace when standing or crouching.
We test out the equipment we sell using our own guns. That is why we are pleased to present Blackhawk's Shell Sling, which is made of heavy-duty nylon. It uses compact metal fasteners and clips with freely rotating swivels that prevent the slings from getting twisted up with the shells inside. It’s ambidextrous and easily sizes up for any length of shotgun, whether a pistol-gripped tactical pump gun, a home-defense shotgun, or a long hunting semi auto.
Studs use loads of different connectors, which is why we offer shotgun slings that can accept virtually all mounts. Whether QD, QDM, swivel studs, wood stock mounts, or rail mounts, our available options are made to be compatible with most connectors.
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