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Tac Shield Introduces Warrior 2n1 Rifle Sling

October 29, 2014  | 

Photo: Tac Shield
Photo: Tac Shield

Tac Shield has designed a new "Warrior 2N1 Rifle Sling" offering the best of both two-point attachment and single-point attachment configurations in a comfortable padded rifle sling. The top quality 1.25-inch webbing offers improved strength and abrasion protection.

Operators can quickly change from a single point to a two-point configuration with double HK hooks and a strong steel attachment ring. Fast length adjustment is achieved with an extended pull tab that works well with hard knuckle combat gloves.

Tac Shield Warrior rifle slings are American made for use by warfighters and professional operators in serious fighting conditions around the world. All components are selected for optimum performance and manufactured with special attention in high-stress areas.

Tac Shield slings are available from many leading tactical sport and military retailers across the country. All products are backed by a lifetime warranty.

Visit www.TACSHIELD.com for more information.

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