More than an ordinary two-point carry strap, the Gunsling from Sure-Shot Game Calls utilizes 1"-wide, black-nylon webbing as the core with an upper, 28" section of camouflage and Olive Drab paracord woven in the King Cobra pattern as the outer surface. The use of seven-strand paracord makes the Gunsling a survival tool providing cordage for myriad situations. Sized perfectly for all-day carry, the unit is adjustable between 33"-44" and finished off with standard, American-style, detachable sling swivels. Price: $20. Contact: Sure-Shot Game Calls; (409) 962-1636; sureshotgamecalls.com.
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