Andy’s Leather Rhodesian Scout Rifle Sling

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posted on October 4, 2013
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Designed to aid in transport and operation of a long gun, the Rhodesian Scout rifle sling from Andy’s Leather is made from high-quality bridle leather and available in black or brown.

A two-point sling, the Rhodesian incorporates a large loop for fore-end attachment that is size-adjustable thanks to neatly punched holes and a brass buckle.

When shooting, the non-trigger hand is inserted through the loop and the leather is tensioned between the fore-end sling swivel and the shooter’s tricep, creating a more stable offhand shooting position. Buttstock attachment is by a brass screw and threaded button. Price: $55.

Contact: Andy’s Leather; (603) 630-4072; andysleather.com.

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