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    wanted ,rifle holster or source of one

    Thanks to a very generous SD member [Fabnosh]
    i now have a rifle holster at a bargain price thanks mate
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    Last edited by 6.5rem700; 11-02-2013 at 18:51. Reason: no longer requre the kit as have got 1 from a SD member

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    Is that not the Gunslinger Try R. Macleod Rifle Dealer, Tain they have them on their website.
    Too Old Soon Too Late Smart

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    Quote Originally Posted by patjack View Post
    Is that not the Gunslinger Try R. Macleod Rifle Dealer, Tain they have them on their website.
    That was quick ,thanks patjack your a star

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6.5rem700 View Post
    my rifle tends to want to swing back when slung over my shoulder, ive thought of to methods to solve this
    1,mover the sling mounts from the underside of the stock to the side then the rifle would lay flat on my back [using flush cups]
    2 try a rifle holster ,do any of you have one of these for sale OR know were one can be purchased in the UK

    Hi mate I tried one of these and I really could not get on with it I would spend a tad more and get this BushWear: Niggeloh Neoprene Ruck-Sling (Rifle) much more comfortable than that holster and will last a lot longer I can assure you don't make the same mistake I did

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    ive had a very kind offer from one of the members
    to try out his holster with my gun and if it works for me we may have a deal

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    Consider a Z-Aim sling too. Looks like a conventional sling, but has a quick-release strap from upper shoulder to pistol grip, keeping rifle close to you when walking. I wouldn't be without mine now.

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    I have one, gunslinger that is, bloody love it, easy to use and leaves both hands free

    John
    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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    i used mine in nz and was exellent as it gives both hands free and you can climb or bend down without it coming off the shoulder ,the other thing is the rucksack add on as its just a loop and is exellent, atb wayne

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    Thanks for all your replys lads
    some say they are no good and others swear by them
    i still want to give one a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYB View Post
    I have one, gunslinger that is, bloody love it, easy to use and leaves both hands free

    John
    Quote Originally Posted by mereside View Post
    i used mine in nz and was exellent as it gives both hands free and you can climb or bend down without it coming off the shoulder ,the other thing is the rucksack add on as its just a loop and is exellent, atb wayne
    +1 they work very well.

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