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Specter Gear Viper Sling II with webbing or MASH hook attachments
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Most Helpful Positive Review A very well made and easy-to-install one-point sling
As far as purchasing Specter Gear slings, you can't go wrong. The quality of the sling is very good and durable. I installed this to my Mossberg pump ...
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Sling into action with multiple sling options. Solid QD mash hook or universally adaptable/adjustable webbing.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, KS Written on March 24, 2012
The best option for your single point Specter Viper sling. The mash hooks secure well if you have an a swivel or HK style hook point. Get the adjustable webbing if you don't. The 6" of webbing will securely attach to about anything.
ORDER THESE, AND SAVE THE AGGREVATION, AS OTHER BRANDS WEB GEAR BUCKLES WILL NOT FIT SLINGS & VICE VERSA....
Pros: Shock absorbing, secure, interchangable QD buckles....
Cons: specific web buckles. ONLY FITS SPECIFIC SPECTER VIPER SLING... no other web gear of same size.......
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Addition To My Kit!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, HI Written on December 20, 2011
Title says it all. This is the second Specter Gear sling I have purchased and no complaints. Great quality manufacturing.
Pros: Build Quality
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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A very well made and easy-to-install one-point sling

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on November 24, 2010
As far as purchasing Specter Gear slings, you can't go wrong. The quality of the sling is very good and durable. I installed this to my Mossberg pump shotgun and took it through a 16 hour (2-day) tactical shotgun course and it held up well through the rigors of training, firing, and general usage. If you need to unhook the shotgun/weapon system, it's as simple as just unsnapping the clips on the sling. The design of having the "male" portion attached to a weapon while the sling retains the "female" portion of the snap makes it very versatile. You can just purchase one sling and a bunch of "male" attachment sling points for each of your other shotguns, carbines, long guns and simply connect or disconnect your one sling to each "male" portion depending on whatever weapon you choose to sling and fire at the time. Overall, it is a well-made and versatile one-point sling and will be a good investment as long as your weapon is not too heavy and/or too long and as long as you're not trekking very long distances with it. Otherwise, the weapon will just be annoying swing weight.
Pros: Easy to install, well made, flexible options as far as securing weapons and disengaging weapons
Cons: best used for light and/or short-length weapons...
Would recommend: Yes
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Viper Sling

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AR Written on September 20, 2010
I installed this on a DPMS 16" Bull Barrel AR15 that I built in 223.
Looks awesome and works like a tactical sling should.
Pros: Easy install and solid feel
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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