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|Single Point Sling for the ATI
collapsible stock. Mounting
instruction available at the
link marked "ATI Tele Stock"
|Single Point sling for the Mossberg 500 series
shotgun with OEM pistol grip and stud. Uses
a single OC Brute swivel. Adds a new level of
tactical effectiveness in this type of large
caliber defensive firearm.
|Duty Sling for standard stocked
Mossberg and similar shotguns
with an extended mag tube. QD
front mount, side sling adapter in
the rear, and heavy webbing make
this a quiet and durable 2-Pt sling.
Available on Special Request.
|Modern shotguns need modern slings.
The pistol-gripped shotgun is as
common today as ever, and putting a
single-point sling on it adds versatility
and safety to it's usefulness. Whether
you are a third shift patrol officer or a
homeowner riding out a storm, this
type of weapon is hard to beat. But
what if you need a free hand? There's
a door to open, you must move a
person out of harm's way, or you need
to clear a path through brush? The
single-point sling goes way beyond the
"cool factor" at that point, it becomes a
necessity. Setting the weapon down is
not an option. Having a thug waiting
around the corner to snatch your
shotgun from you isn't either!
|Sling Dynamics standard Single Point sling with an
optional ITW MASH hook. A cover boot of elastic
material is included for the buckle to protect the
weapon and keep things quiet.
|The Brute Sling Swivel
|Viper single point slings come with a Brute or Talon sling swivel
A common sling stud is required to mount the sling to the shotgun or rifle. Mossberg OEM pistol grips have a hole for the stud already on the left side.
Other grips may need to be drilled and a stud (Uncle Mikes etc) is then threaded into the hole. Studs are usually machined with WOOD screw
threads which are desirable for this purpose. To mount the stud in the receiver or aluminum/steel grip mount requires the hole to be threaded, and
a machine screw threaded stud to be used. Parts are available but SD takes no responsibility for your home gunsmithing.
|The ATI collapsable stock works very well with the Viper single point sling and is not difficult to assemble.
The Viper comes with a sling swivel (either Brute or the Talon (steel) as shown above. But a sling mounting
stud is needed to attach the sling to the shotgun. It is a simple job of getting a #12 pan-head wood screw at
ACE hardware or Lowes etc. and moving the ATI butt-mounted stud to the side above the pistol grip. ATI
supplies the stock with a barrel nut and screw. Remove these, replace them at the stock/grip junction with the
stud in the left side, and your wood screw (#12 panhead) on the right side to secure the stock.
Caution: Do not over tighten these two parts, the plastic is strong but can be stripped out
with too much torque. Snug is all that is required!
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