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http://www.paracordjoes.com/

Just signed up for one of these slings, partially made of paracord. 
$30.....looks kinda cool.  
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Yep, it IS cool looking...
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I could get to like one of those
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Dude said it would ship Monday. I'll let you know how I like it. 
Looks comfy and more flexible then nylon or leather slings. 
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Rifle one looks interesting.  i would be interest to know if the sling is comfortable.  I saw the bino cords as well, those look really neat.  
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I'd be interested in what you think about it CT
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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

I'd be interested in what you think about it CT

A couple more pics of a guy and his shotgun.


 



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Besides being comfortable, i wonder how well it does staying put on you shoulder.  
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I found out about this guy on a NC shooting forum. Here's the thread I where I found out about this guy who makes them and lives in The 'Nam (Fayetteville) 

(Disregard my dumb ass post that thought he didn't take cc's.)  Bucky  

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We use the stuff on the river drift fishing for steelhead and salmon, it works great.
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It's kind of cool, esp. if you ended up in an emergency situation...and it's a little like a friendship bracelet for your favorite gal.
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Looks interesting.  Will be waiting for your opinion and pictures once you get it.
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I want to know if it performs as a shooting aid...
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

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I got a buddy who makes those for just about anything.

 

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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

I want to know if it performs as a shooting aid...
 


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Looks good, how's it feel?
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Just put it on today. It was stiff at first, but seems to be becoming more flexible as I wore it around today.
Pretty comfortable, for not being padded. You can lengthen it to sling across your back and is well built, from what I could tell. 

I didn't have much time to fool with it today, because I was too bust "slurping" over my new SS 1-4x most of the day.  
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Looks good Mark.
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Originally posted by 8shots 8shots wrote:

Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

I want to know if it performs as a shooting aid...
 

Just saw this!! Good one, 8! 

Heaven knows this forum could use some "reedin" from The Good Book!  Wink


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Hows the sling breaking in CT?
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