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    MS2 vs MS3???

    I'm looking to buy a sling. I've heard mixed results about the Magpul slings, but what I was really wondering is what's the difference between the MS2 and MS3 slings? So what slings would you guys recommend? I'm open to any brand, I would just prefer one that can transition from a single point to a two point sling.
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    Is the MS3 even out yet?

    I have been waiting for the MS3 as it is just suppose to be a better verison of the MS2.

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    The strap is little wider, 1.25 inches IIRC. Also the hardware has been improved for a smoother transition from one to two point and back. (better lockup then MS2)

    I don't believe it has been released yet.
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    Check out the Savvy Sniper slings.

    http://www.savvysniper.com/

    Not a huge fan of 2 point slings (as they catch on EVERY PIECE OF GEAR!!!) but would be willing to throw some money to this guy.




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    Quote Originally Posted by SDDuc996 View Post
    Check out the Savvy Sniper slings.

    http://www.savvysniper.com/

    Not a huge fan of 2 point slings (as they catch on EVERY PIECE OF GEAR!!!) but would be willing to throw some money to this guy.
    +1

    Bought one on some of the recommendations here and haven't looked back. Very nice, functional sling.
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    I've been all Blue Force Gear for awhile now. Worth a look.

    The Magpul slings are kind of crappy and gimmicky IMHO...
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    I've been holding out for a blue force gear sling. The atacs quick detach one seems worth the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oif0709 View Post
    I've been holding out for a blue force gear sling. The atacs quick detach one seems worth the money.
    Check in here every once in awhile, good deals show up: http://www.blueforcegear.com/categories/Last-Call/
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    I've been all Blue Force Gear for awhile now. Worth a look.

    The Magpul slings are kind of crappy and gimmicky IMHO...
    +1 I use a VTAC padded sling. I like it but, I've been pining away at the Vickers padded QD sling. I like that it's made for the QD. And the single pull tab used for both loosening and tightening the sling make it very appealing.
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    I've got both a Magpul MS2 sling and a VTAC Enhanced sling. The Savvy Sniper Sling looks great. If I were to do it again, I'd go with the Savvy Sling. Their videos are very informative. What I did was copy the pattern of the Savvy Sling and modify my VTAC sling to work much the same way as the Savvy. After looking at it again, I decided to use the hardware from the Magpul MS2 sling. The front clip is made to work with the MSA that's located on my Basic handguard anyway. What I ended up with is a hybrid type sling that can be converted from a two-point into a single point sling and it adjusts much like the Savvy now. It works!

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