Vero Vellini Neoprene Double Sling

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About Vero Vellini Neoprene Double Sling

Closeouts. Vero Vellini's neoprene Double Sling keeps your firearm secure while allowing both of your arms to be free when the hunt calls for climbing or packing out game. It's ideal for demanding backcountry hunts.

Specs about Vero Vellini Neoprene Double Sling

  • Material: Neoprene, nylon webbing, metal and composite buckles, leather end panels
  • Weight: 7.8 oz.
  • Dimensions: Fits all rifle swivels from 20mm to 1"
  • Made in Germany

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4.000000 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 2 reviews

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Reviewed by Altus-Lugert hunter from Oklahoma on Monday, December 9, 2013
Hiked most of the day during a recent hunt. Considerably less fatigue than my old single sling. Much safer when climbing and having the use of both upper extremities and not having to worry about your rifle not being secure. Wish I had purchased one years ago.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mike O. from Texas on Monday, February 9, 2015
    Overall good quality. Some drawbacks are:
    The sling straps and neoprene shoulder pads are narrower than those on the Vero Single Strap Wide Neoprene Sling which I also purchased (3/4" vs. 1" straps; and 1-3/8" vs. 2-1/8" at the narrower width of the wide pads). I haven't used these in this in the field yet, but have reservations about the narrow pads since, because of the angle that they lay, there is no way to shift where they bear on my shoulders. The narrow strap may allow some movement at the swivels which I don't need when trekking with a heavy load. Some of the strap keepers are metal while some are plastic. I'd be more confident of the metal.
  • Reviewed by Altus-Lugert hunter from Oklahoma on Monday, December 9, 2013
    Hiked most of the day during a recent hunt. Considerably less fatigue than my old single sling. Much safer when climbing and having the use of both upper extremities and not having to worry about your rifle not being secure. Wish I had purchased one years ago.

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