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kdc415

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Disclaimer: I was experimenting w/ sling options from what I already had that would work the the loops I just put on the gun. A sling does not ride when the gun is standing by in my home. 870.jpg 
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Germansheperd

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Looks like a good quality sling
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combatshotgun

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Functional deadly looking beast there.   Kind of like my ex-wife.   Wouldn't want to be in front of that looking down the muzzle.   Kind of like my ex wife.
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It's a magpul sling, 1st sling I ever bought for an AR a while back, I needed something quick for a class. Now I know more than I used to, but it works well.

I was hoping everyone would post a picture of their rides to see what other people do.
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I used a three point sling from Specter Gear for about 5 years. I don't have a photo of it on my shotgun but here is one from their website.

I found it worked well especially with the Surefire forend as the front mount was offset to the 9 o'clock position. Eventually I found I was using it more often than not as a two point sling.

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I currently use a leather two point sling and am happy with it. I have also used a nylon sling in the same manner in the past.

For what I have used a shotgun for as a uniformed patrol officer this is the system I prefer. It's not very tactical looking but it works well for me. Over time I found the Surefire forend to be great for home defense but rarely used on patrol so I no longer use it on duty; thus I don't need the front mount to be offset

For home defense I don't use a sling on my shotgun.

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Germansheperd

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My shotgun sling

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Anubis47

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Nothing like an all black shotgun 😀
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Oldboy

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My shotgun sling


That looks so sweet. It's a shame we cannot get 'Shortie Shotties' over here.....
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Germansheperd

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That looks so sweet. It's a shame we cannot get 'Shortie Shotties' over here.....
Thank you! It is one of my favorite builds. 
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kdc415

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I love the wood. My 12ga was all wood until I just the other day added the LT Striker and the Rem Police 13" LOP butt stock - which I love, quicker handling.
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I'm not that good with posting pics, but it down't matter since most of my stuff is in the big safe at the other house.  But I still like the basic 2-point slings, and the one I keep going back to is the old military M-14 sling.  Works well, easy to use.  Only problem is sometimes finding the right size swivels for it as it is a 1-1/4".  I've got one on most everything I use that I can fit it to.
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Bet no one here can guess which brand I use.
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I'm not that good with posting pics, but it down't matter since most of my stuff is in the big safe at the other house.  But I still like the basic 2-point slings, and the one I keep going back to is the old military M-14 sling.  Works well, easy to use.  Only problem is sometimes finding the right size swivels for it as it is a 1-1/4".  I've got one on most everything I use that I can fit it to.
i agree. You can find 1” everywhere but harder to find 1.25” in stores. I have good luck finding 1.25” at local gun shows.
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Bet no one here can guess which brand I use.


Heck, you're an old cop.  I know how that goes.  You use a beat-up frayed bungee cord with some duct tape and paracord for a sling![biggrin]
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