Mystery Ranch Debuts Hands-Free Rifle Sling

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posted on February 23, 2021
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Mystery Ranch has introduced the new Hands-Free Rifle Sling. The second rendition of this particular design, this model is updated and improved for 2021, serving as both a standalone sling, or a functional backpack attachment system for right or left-hand shooters.

An ambidextrous and magnetic sternum strap allows the sling to be utilized for secure traveling and instant rifle access when the moment presents itself. It attaches and grips to your shoulder with a silicon backing, while your rifle stock rests in a waistband stock dock that has been enhanced over Mystery Ranch's original rifle sling. The new stock dock is wider than the previous model to increase stability both when stationary and on the move.

Fore more information on this sling, available in Foliage coloring, please visit
mysteryranch.comMSRP: $99

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