The McLean Dynamic Retention Sling (DRS) comes in black, DRS Tan, Multicam and Ranger Green. Comprised of nylon web and stamped “Proudly Made In The U.S.A.,” the DRS provides rifle retention and the freedom to move about—a pull of the patented trigger snap hook releases the firearm from two points of retention to one. A steel cam buckle on the body loop allows for swift adjustments. Price: $75. Contact: McLean Corp. USA; mcleancorpusa.com.
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