The SIERRATAC Sling, by Spiritus Systems.
Every now and then we discover a product that is just too good to not use ourselves. We strive to not saturate the market with products that fill a gap that has already been filled by someone else. We have been getting asked for a sling for a long time, and we are pleased to have teamed up with SIERRATAC to provide you with the best sling on the market.
The Sling was developed and field tested by professional end users in both the LE and Military realms. Every detail of the sling was meticulously thought out to provide the end user with an optimal solution for securing their weapon. Make no mistake, this sling was designed with real world operations in mind.
-SIERRATAC Proprietary Billet Aluminum Slider allows for quick tension adjustment to the sling without the inherent danger of a tail snagging other items. The slider acts as a solid indexing point under stressful or dark conditions. The slider does have machined slots that allow the user to add a small pull tab to it if desired.
-Premium foam padding for added comfort during extended operations or training events.
-The padding incasement is constructed out of 500d Cordura and has a minimal seam that ensures that there are no rough edges that will rub the users neck raw. We do not use biding to close the encasement which can rub your neck raw after prolonged usage.
-Open looped ends allow the user to add whatever mounting hardware is needed to fit their needs.
The SIERRATAC sling was developed, prototyped and produced by SIERRATAC. Spiritus Systems is honored that SIERRATAC has chosen them to produce the latest evolution in the line up.
For the most part a quick adjust two point sling is pretty much the same as any other but I really like this one. I was kinda skeptical about the adjustment buckle on the Sierrstac and thought that it would need something else to grab onto but it really is fine right out the pack. I did attach a loop of paracord on it but it really isn’t necessary. So far this has become my favorite sling and I really like it.