Quality one- and two-point AR slings for your black rifle or pistol.
The biggest mistake new AR owners make - especially after assembling their first rifle kit or pistol kit - is skipping the sling. Most ARs come with sling mounts these days, and it's super easy to install an upgraded latch plate (like Magpul's ADAP QD Sling plate) while you assemble your lower receiver. Pair your rifle or pistol up with a sling and you'll enjoy your range days or on-foot hunts with free hands.
We keep it simple, here, and only work with popular gun part makers to provide slings we know will work - without breaking the bank. Choose Magpul's MS4 single-point sling for easy carrying. Want something more traditional? Check out the super-affordable MS1 two-point sling. Pair either sling up with the QD Sling Swivel and you'll have a universal, easy way to attach your sling to any handguard and receiver equipped with the appropriate mount.
QD or "quick-detach" slings use spring-loaded swivel studs that interface with simple drilled holes placed in many receivers, latch plates, and handguards. The sling stud pops into the hole for a locked fit. To remove your sling, depress the button atop the stud and remove it. It's arguably the most popular sling mount system, and that's why we sourced popular mounts like the RSA QD Rail Sling Attachment and Sylvan Arms QD backplate.
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