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Old June 26th, 2009, 01:43   #1
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sling for a shotgun setup?

I hope I don't open the flame flood gates... but I'm asking ASC's opinion for this set up..

m3 short nose shotgun with an adjustable stock.

basically I'm looking for my options slingwise which will basically make the shotgun fall to my 'weak' side when I let go/drop it, to clearly draw and use my Glock 18 sidearm.

this setup is multi scenerio ... but will be my primary weekend woodland skirmish 'fun' setup .. so being able to switch back and forth from the shotgun to the glock quickly and fluidly is key too.


thank you for your input
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Old November 8th, 2009, 22:14   #2
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watch the first video u could try something like that mabey?
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Old November 9th, 2009, 08:36   #3
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watch the first video u could try something like that mabey?
Lol, was exactly what I was going to tell him. I did it to mine with the 3/8" blck bungee cord I got from Canadian Tire ($0.77/ft), bit of a bugger to force through the sling loop, but it works well. Set it up so the loop sits on your shooting shoulder, in my case the right one, then the gun falls to rest on my left side.
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Old November 9th, 2009, 08:58   #4
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bingo. I've been trying out different mounting options and for a shotty with collapsing stock a single point bungee loop works great. I got mine from either airsoftparts or cp gear can't remember.
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Old November 9th, 2009, 10:52   #5
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would it wokr better if you let it fall to your right side if your shooting right handed or is that just your personal preference?
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Old November 9th, 2009, 11:00   #6
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would it wokr better if you let it fall to your right side if your shooting right handed or is that just your personal preference?
Would get in the way of my sidearm, and be more awkward to bring into action.

EDIT: I should say what I mean by the way mine is set up, the shotgun is slung grip forward in a crossdraw set up the way I wear it, so it is easy access yet out of the way of my sidearm.

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