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Magpul – Rifleman’s Loop Sling

Magpul RLS

Building on the heritage and proven performance of Magpul’s MS Sling series, the Magpul RLS (Rifleman Loop Sling) is a durable, lightweight, and affordable shooting aid and retention device. What at first appears to be an unassuming weapon sling is quickly transformed by the end user into a rock-solid, adjustable, isometrically-tensioned shooting aid. Combining the best features of Rhodesian and 1907 match-style slings, the RLS is born of Magpul’s famous proprietary nylon mesh webbing and high-strength polymer hardware.

The American-made Magpul RLS combines legendary Magpul innovation, quality, and design into a simple and effective shooting aid for less money than many slings that merely carry a rifle.

Coming Summer 2018, in Black or Coyote.

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6 Responses to “Magpul – Rifleman’s Loop Sling”

  1. SLG says:

    I am a magpul fan, but this was done many years ago and is still available. I have several and they work great.

    http://rifle-craft.com/product/rs2-riflemans-essential-sling/

    • MattCFII says:

      I love the Riflecraft slings (shot Rifleman with one of my RS-1s at an Appleseed this past weekend), but he was mostly retired from making slings. I see he just restocked the black RS-3 in January and has plans for more in different colors and only the RS-2s seem to be fully stocked. But in general, if the Magpul gets a few more people looping up, I’m all for it. I wish Riflecraft would go back into full production but he was quite clear why he wasn’t going to keep doing it back a few years ago.

    • PNWTO says:

      To echo what MattCFII said, last time I talked to him it sounded like he was closing shop. Agree with you, though, best GP slings out there.

  2. Gerard says:

    Impressive, great for people who want a traditional sling on a rifle

  3. jon says:

    I really hope since they are going this direction they will release the hunter stock for the Ruger gunsite scout. I think that would be awesome (especially the M Lok capability on the stock).

  4. Stickman says:

    Hopefully it encourages manufacturers to include slings with weapons. For the $20 retail cost, OEM prices should be pretty good, and it would be a nice included item on most AR or other platforms.