Butler Creek Gel Sling

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posted on July 10, 2012
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7/10/2012

Designed with a soft gel material contained in individual compression chambers, the Butler Creek Gel Sling is lightweight and provides a layer of cushioning for comfort and stability in the field.

In addition to added comfort in the field, the columnar design of the gel material helps keep the firearm in place while walking or hiking the field, providing for a more comfortable carrying experience.

The Butler Creek Gel Sling is available in black and Realtree AP camouflage, and includes Uncle Mike's swivels for $41.95.

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