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High Speed Gear – Tactical Sling

SWANSBORO, North Carolina – Aug. 17, 2017 – High Speed Gear® is pleased to announce the release of our new minimalist sling.

The HSGI® Tactical Sling is versatile and uncomplicated, offering the maneuverability of a one-point sling while attaching like a three-point sling. This sling is made with comfortable 1.25″ tubular nylon webbing and features a side-release buckle for quick and easy detaching.

Because of the sling’s sliding design, the butt of your weapon will naturally hang at the armpit and rise into the shoulder. This feature enables the sling to comfortably hang behind your back, in front of you at the controlled carry or in the tactical carry without any additional support.

HSGI® has a history of producing some of the most versatile tactical pouches and platforms in the industry. A proven performer, HSGI® continues to show tremendous popularity in law enforcement, military and shooting sports markets worldwide. Our extensive list of top tier operators includes U.S. and allied special forces, state and local tactical units, and federal agencies.

The HSGI® Tactical Sling is available now!

Made 100% in the USA, Battle-Proven Tactical Gear.

For more information, visit www.highspeedgear.com/hsgi/95TS00-95TS00

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15 Responses to “High Speed Gear – Tactical Sling”

  1. Evst.Palaiologos says:

    That doesn’t look very practical. I use HSG products and they are great but this look like too much material to have at the end the effect of a single point sling.
    Two point adjustable are better for most cases

  2. Jack Griffin says:

    Mandatory:

    “Spec-Ops brand called… it’s 2003 and they want one of their snake-named slings back.” – GearHeckler6969

    Also:

    Three point slings were a bad idea back early GWOT when our kit was significantly lighter and simpler than the Voltron-esque mountain of pro gear kids wear today… does anybody actually like having another strap to wrestle, especially one spread across the single most important thing they carry so it can constantly interfere with chest-mounted kit while patrolling?

    Bonus: Tubular nylon fuzzies up like a mofo and is a horrible choice for slings.

    • Sean says:

      Seriously, I can count on 0 hands the number of times I’ve heard people say they wished they had a 3 point sling. HSGI needs to stop listening to the bubbas in jacksonville.

  3. PLiner says:

    Did I just step off of a time machine to the past? WTF Over? Who was the genius that thought bringing back this cluster of a sling was a good idea? This kind of sling worked well on one gun…..the MP-5 and that’s really it. What will they come out with next, a zip up tactical vest with a holster on it and a bunch of pockets? SMH

  4. tcba_joe says:

    It’s 2017. Is there really still a market, demand, or a legitimate reason for a 3-point?

  5. Geoff says:

    Stuff hasn’t been the same since Gene left.

  6. Sean says:

    I know a guy who used to work there, so I asked him for his thoughts on the new sling. He summed it up best, I think, “Well, it’s hard to stay relevant when nobody is paying attention to current trends and the market.”

  7. Ross says:

    The best part is the name. The minimalist sling.

  8. Iheartptbelts says:

    I miss Gene.

  9. Kev says:

    Swinging and missing; this and their newly introduced duty belt that doesn’t use keepers or hook and loop.

  10. Casey says:

    This is a joke, right?