|The tactical multi-purpose 3-pt
sling has already been assembled in our factory. Should it become
disassembled, it must be properly reassembled prior to its attachment to
the weapon. Assemble as follows:
1. Separate the two lengths of webbing.
2. Lay the bottom length of webbing (that which has the
carbine hook attached to it) on a flat surface.
Position the bottom length of webbing with:
*The carbine hook that is sewn in a stationary position
at the end of the webbing facing to your left and the
buckle to your right.
*The spring activated gate of the carbine hook is facing
*There are no twists in the webbing.
3. Position the top length of the webbing (that which has the
double eye sewn into the end of the webbing) on top of the
bottom length of the webbing so that:
*The double eye faces to your left
*The free end of the webbing faces to your right
*The double eye forms a "bridge" over the webbing instead
of a "bowl."
*There are no twists in the webbing
4. Route the free end of the webbing of the top length
through the buckle (under and through) so that 2-3 inches of the
end of the webbing are visible to the right of the buckle.
5. Insert just the tip of the carbine hook on the far left
through the front (furthest from the webbing) open in the double
6. By leaving the sling in this configuration it can be used
as a standard 2-pt sling also.
TO ATTACH THE TACTICAL 3-PT SLING TO THE WEAPON:
1. Clear the weapon.
2. Pull the double eye over the carbine hook by angling the
double eye slightly in a clockwise direction. (This step has
already been done at our factory).
3. Position the weapon on its right side on a flat surface
above the sling with the barrel pointing to your left and the
sights pointing up.
4. With the gate of the carbine hook on the left facing
down snap the carbine hook onto the eyebolt, the circular
metal hook located on the left side of the front sight
holder below the front site.
5. Attach the hook (the free metal attachment on the bottom
length of webbing) to the sling attachment bar on the buttstock.
The bar is located on the backplate of the retractable buttstock
or molded into the plastic material towards the rear of the
6. Grasp the top length of webbing and pull the slack out to
form a large loop.
7. Place the large loop of the sling over your head and under
your firing arm.
8. Adjust the size of the loop by adjusting the length of the free end
of the webbing through the buckle.
Generally, you want to easily be able to shoulder the weapon
with little or no slack in the sling. The weapon should hang across your
lower chest or abdomen when you release your hold on the weapon.
HIGH PORT ARMS CARRY POSITION
This position is used to administratively carry the weapon high
across the chest in a military "port arms" position, hands free. It
allows the user to use his or her hands for other tasks without the
weapon getting in the way. Yet, in this position, the weapon can easily
and quickly be deployed into a firing position.
To place the weapon in the High Port Arms carrying position,
the middle bar of the double eye is inserted into the metal clip
that is riveted onto the left side of the mag well on the 9mm rifle.
The 308 rifle has the metal bar on the left of the front forearm grip.
Once the double eye is inserted into the metal clip (some force is
required) the weapon will hang slightly higher and closer to the
chest of the operator.
To deploy the weapon into a firing position the shooter grasps the
weapon by the forearm and trigger group and with a quick aggressive
thrust, shoves the weapon forward in the direction of the muzzle.
The double eye will detach from the metal clip allowing the weapon to be
fired from the hip or shoulder. To return the weapon to the High Port
Arms carrying position, reinsert the double eye into the metal clip.
HIP CARRY POSITION
The hip carrying position Allows the weapon to be carried
along the shooters firing side or slightly across his or her front.
Generally, the weapon should be controlled with the firing hand
when carried In this position. The double eye is not inserted
when carrying In the hip carrying position.
BACK CARRY POSITION
The back carrying position is an administrative carrying
position used only when the use of the weapon is not
Immediately required. This carrying position is convenient
when climbing, running, skiing or while using another weapon. The weapon can be carried on the back, muzzle up or down.
The weapon is placed in the back carrying position as follows:
Stand the weapon on a flat surface or on the buttstock or on its
muzzle. Using the seat of a tall stool or having a friend help can be
useful. Grasp one length of the webbing in one hand, the other in the
other hand. Spread your hands open to form a large loop. Place your arms
The loop as though you were slipping tnto a coat, positioning the
weapon vertically on your back. Remove any twists in the webbing and
adjust the size of the loop by manipulating the length of the free end
of the webbing to make the weapon ride comfortably on your back.
CARRY HANDLE POSITION
This carrying method can be used to administratively carry the weapon
when immediate use of the weapon is unnecessary. It can also be used to
easily carry more than one weapon or as a safe (non-firing) carrying
position off of the firing range.
Place the weapon in the carrying handle configuration in the same
manner described above for the back carrying position. However, in this
case instead of slipping your arms into the loop, bring one length of
webbing underneath the weapon.
Join the two lengths together above the weapon.
Adjust the lengths of the webbing as required to place the weapon in a stable horizontal carrying