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Today’s slings for rifles and shotguns are made to be multimission and multifirearm-capable. But to do that, you need a cache of proper sling adapters. In partnering with Magpul, we’ve got virtually every Multi-Mission Sling (MS1, MS3, and MS4) forward attachment point you can need. Want to swap from a Paraclip sling mount to QD studs? We’ve got you covered. Ready to convert your two-point sling attachments to a one- or three-point system? We have all MS adapters available, compatible with all other 1.25" web slings too.
Switching your sling placement and attachment system has never been easier. Upgrade your stock latch plate with an ambidextrous attachment point, perfect for one- and two-point setups. Grabbed a new handguard? Adapt it for clips or QD studs with a rail attachment point. All MS adapters are compatible with any Multi-Mission Sling, too, providing you with hundreds of combinations to achieve the exact sling configuration you want.
What good are your webbed sling attachments if your sling mount or your adapters snap or break? We’re not here to peddle cheap hardware. That’s why every sling mount and fastener we sell is made from cast steel with phosphate or matte powder-coat finishes, coupled with nylon webbed fabrics for any loops and MS adapters.
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