GUN Shooting Sling... need help

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  1. Bigsnake

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    Talked to Dean about my rifle and he said he does have shooting slings but told me to find out what kind of Slings people are using on their rifles and he also needs me to find out the length I want.

    Please help as I don't know what kind of slings are out there for these rifles and what people use.

    This is a Match Built M1 Garand that I will be wanting to shoot in rifle comps so it's got to be one that works to help support the gun in prone/kneeling/sitting positions.
     
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    i dont know if this helps for competition. but this is a build a $10 sling than buying a $40 one. http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=19&t=252462
     
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    Thanks. I think a nice leather one would be more sturdy. Plus it would look better.
     
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    I dont know how Garand slings mount for shooting support. I only have a single point on my AR and I like that alot.
     
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    I figure going longer is always safter. You can always cut down on the ends.

    I might get one of these for my garand, hmm..
     

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