proper way to wear a 2pt rifle sling?

proper way to wear a 2pt rifle sling?

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    proper way to wear a 2pt rifle sling?

    what is the correct way?

    if you're right handed, do you put the sling over your right or left shoulder when the rifle is held in front of you?


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    I have my sling connected to the stock, looped over my right shoulder, around my back, and under my left arm connected to the rail, right where the rail meets the receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdBro View Post
    what is the correct way?

    if you're right handed, do you put the sling over your right or left shoulder when the rifle is held in front of you?
    You really should let you gun wear the sling.
    How you use the gun with a sling depends on what you are doing and circumstances. It is there to make carrying and using the gun more efficient, so use it however it is most comfortable and useful for you. Experiment, unless you are in a parade there is no wrong way.
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    Agreed. The "correct" way depends on what you are doing.
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    mainly going between shooting and a relaxed position in front of you

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    What kind of two point, on what kinda of rifle.

    I use a VTAC on an AR much differently than a 1917 on a bolt action.
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    I'm eccentric in that my AR 15 is equipped with a M1907 sling and it gives perfect satisfaction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dV8r View Post
    You really should let you gun wear the sling.
    How you use the gun with a sling depends on what you are doing and circumstances. It is there to make carrying and using the gun more efficient, so use it however it is most comfortable and useful for you. Experiment, unless you are in a parade there is no wrong way.
    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Agreed. The "correct" way depends on what you are doing.
    Everyone walks, leans, and swaggers different. There might be a text-book starting point. But, you have to find out what is comfortable and that works for you, personally.

    It might be awkward for me, but it works great for you.

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