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SS Loophole Sling

  • Sling comes with Olive Drab webbing and Coyote Brown Duraflex hardware. A good two tone combination for a variety of environments. Blends in well with MARPAT and Multicam camo.
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  • GrovTec QD Swivels with Manganese finish
  • Riggers Belt Technique- Sling wrapped under tripod and attached to shooter's belt via carbineer.
  • Candy-Cane Technique- Sling wrapped under tripod and around one of the tripod legs to maintain tension.
  • Barricade Technique- Sling attached to shooter's belt.
  • Wojcik Technique- Keeping rear of sling attached to butt-stock, wrap sling around triceps and tighten sling to desired tension.
  • Riggers Belt Technique while Sitting- Sling wrapped under tripod and attached to shooter's belt via carbineer.
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Product Description


SS Loophole Rifle Sling



*Scroll through product photos for technique examples

A two-point rifle sling designed for unconventional firing positions to maximize shooter stability. Specifically tailored for individuals who shoot off of tripods and barricades.




  • Sewn in loophole at rear of sling. Allows shooter to rapidly connect/disconnect sling to their belt for supported positions in the sitting, kneeling, standing, or during helo operations. (A carabineer is typically used to connect the sling to the belt.)
  • One handed adjustable sling length. Smoothly transition from different positions, or sling rifle across body and tighten sling, reducing profile to negotiate obstacles or tend to the wounded.
  • Duraflex QD buckle allows shooter to quickly detach themselves from the sling/rifle in an emergency.
  • 1.25” webbing
  • No metal hardware used- reduces noise and doesn’t chew up your rifle stock
  • Lightweight – weighs just 4.8oz, a fraction of what traditional precision rifle slings weigh
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in the USA with Mil-Spec materials



This day and age, the trend is for rifles to be made as light as possible. There is a contradicting trend for rifle slings to become bigger & heavier. Some "precision rifle" slings are weighing in over a pound, with bulky metal hardware and thick webbing. They are marketed to have huge load ratings up to several thousand pounds. But keep in mind that the sling hardware/mounting points are only rated for several hundred pounds. 

Don't be "that guy" and spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a light weight rifle, just to turn around and pay $100+ to add that 1.5 pounds back to your rifle with a bulky sling. 

Keep it simple and shoot straight. 



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  1. what made in the usa should mean 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Apr 2015

    This sling is functionally simple
    And built exactly as you expect , heavy duty, well thought out and exceptional craftsmanship.

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