BlackHeart Launches New Line of Gun Slings

posted on October 1, 2020
BlackHeart Gear has introduced a line of gun slings new for the 2020 season. The new slings come in four unique options, with features for both modern and traditional marksmen.

The primary introduction is the Max Sling, available either in black or Mossy Oak Bottomands camo. It provides a 16-X3.5-inch neoprene pad with non-slip backing, and includes a 12-inch neoprene scope cover, which is also a perfect on-the-go storage option for rangefinders, ammo, face paint, and additional firearm tools and accessories. MSRP: $32.99

The three other gun-sling options are the Flatline, Pulse, and Lean, which offer a variety of different options for hunters and recreational shooters. These gun slings range in price from $24.99 to $19.99 and come in a variety of color options which include Bottomlands camo, orange, and black. For more information on any of these, please visit


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