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I was looking at this SDK sling and I like it. I also like the Magpul sling. Here's my thought, where the Hook adapter is, instead of it being woven to the QD, have it attached to a swivel some how. Allow the sling more freedom of movement and it should also relieve some stress on the nylon and other parts
 

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oh im just throwing ideas out there of how to make a one point better...especially one that has the hook attachment point
 

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Im pretty sure spec ops makes one. I have a 2 point sling and love it. But don't know if hey have quick detachment swivels.
 

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I think i'm the only one that really doesn't like the MS2 sling. Its too narrow, heavy for a sling, and noisy.

I prefer the VCAS.
 

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you are all not picking up what im putting down. Not a QD swivel attachment. Im saying the fabric on the sling is attached to a swivel that is apart of the "hook" style connecter for the sling point next to the pistol grip. that way the sling moves more freely and doesn't bind on the hook part. maybe i am not explaining this properly
 

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This is about as good as you will get


or go with the swivel plate Apwr has.
 

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I've been running the Blackhawk single for years. Tried the Magpul sling for a few months but found the Blackhawk simplier to use (less issues with hang up). For the past 2 months I've tried the SKD Sling and it seems to work pretty. Great stability and weight management (doesn't sink the weight into a thing cord on your shoulder). Only complaint is that it may a bit lower than usual due to the connectors. Otherwise I highly recomment it.
 

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I am running the Savvy Sniper Quad sling. It is awesome and stupid easy to manipulate.
 

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I like one point and three point myself
 

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Cuffing scenarios in the field when I'm the only one there to make contact have made me like the 2-point for more secure transitions. I dragged my old M4's muzzle in the gravel a few times with my old Blackhawk single-point. But I haven't ever tried a 3-point. They seem a bit complicated.
 

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3 points are simple. And great to keep the weapon at the tactical position against the body. Frees up your hands and keeps it out of the way for a side arm draw. Blackhawk makes a good 2/3 point that works on the benelli 1014 and m4
 

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Sounds good. I was gonna get one of the Blue Force QD padded 2-point Vickers slings, but I'll look into it.
 
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