Quick Draw Rifle Sling

Quick Draw Rifle Sling is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 12.
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SKU: WS19 Quick Draw Rifle Sling-Coyote
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Our QUICK DRAW RIFLE SLING and integrated backpack attachment – in one.

Not all rifle slings are created equal. Our QUICK DRAW RIFLE SLING draws on the best elements of standard slings and then takes it to a whole new level of functionality. With a rifle stock docking station that attaches to your pack's waist belt and a reliable, magnetic sternum buckle, you're poised for secure, hands-free bushwhacking.

  • Features a magnetic FIDLOCK® closure for quick attach/detach to and from sternum strap.
  • Fully padded standalone rifle sling
  • Converts into a secure backpack attachment system
  • Rifle stock docking station attaches to waist belt
  • 500D CORDURA® fabric
  • Hypalon for long-haul durability
NameUPC Code
WS19 Quick Draw Rifle Sling-Coyote888564163115
DUNS Number:059122783
9.6 oz
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Love Mystery Ranch, just not this productGreat quality and idea, just definitely needs to be reworked. I like the magnetic buckle design and the way it holds my rifle in place on my waist, however it constantly falls off my shoulder. It works fine on a flat trail back to the truck. I have used it on several hunts and adjusted it in every possible position before removing it from my pack. I have also tried it on all of my packs, the Pintler, Metcalf and the Marshall with the same result. I love Mystery Ranch and plan on always using them but I truly believe this needs to be removed from their line of products.
Date published: 2018-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from almost there....I love this idea. It is super lame to keep hitching your shoulder strap all day long. I just field tested it elk hunting, mating it to my Cabinet pack. Solid materials & workmanship as usual. But I gotta be honest, this design needs some tune ups. Okay first, though, without a doubt, the pull-away buckle across your chest, securing the sling to the pack harness and keeping the rifle from sliding off your shoulder is an awesome design - easy to connect and disconnect. I've never seen anything like it and I just keep saying wow every time I use it! I am going to replace that pull-ribbon with a lil pull-tab, though. Some might prefer that light touch, but I'd rather have a firmer end to pull. Opposite the sling, where it secures in to opposite shoulder strap with that hybrid buckle/biner is a weak link. A) There's no way the buckle/biner can stay horizontal in line with the should harness, so it has to twist. B) That biner end can pop open with even modest flex. I have no idea what to do here to improve it. C) The Cabinet's should straps are sewed in to the shoulder pads, so I can't just re-thread the strap though a standard buckle. Maybe the folks who invented the awesome pull away buckle can get on this issue? Having the rifle unclip from my far shoulder and swing away under load is not a consequence I want to keep anticipating. That hip belt attachment that secures the rifle butt also needs another look. While its clip-on buckle makes it easy to attach wherever you like to have it holstered to your hip, that attachment's buckle is not fierce enough, or bumpered by the design of the hip belt in any way, to prevent it from continually creeping too far forward from the tug of the rifle's weight, let alone if you hitch your hand to the sling to keep it taut while on the move. Anwyay. I'll buy it again next year if you update it! But in the mean time, I'm gonna try to jerry-rig mine.
Date published: 2017-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great ideas needs fine tuning.I love the idea however I have a hard time keeping rifle on shoulder due to strap from my backpack. I have the pop up 28. I wish they 2 straps sat better on my shoulder. Still works great but to keep gun better secured I will place my arm in strap while I walk. Few minor flaws when coupled with pop up.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what I was hoping forI love the idea of this sling but it just doesn't work. I'm sure I could jimmy rig it to kind of work but for the price it's not worth it. I will be returning it to the retailer. If you are standing up straight it stays fine but as soon as you bend or swing a little the rifle falls right off your shoulder leaving you with having to hold the sling on your shoulder just the same as you would any normal sling. Not a true hands free design. I have the kifaru gun bearer which is a hands free design just not a huge fan of having the rifle under my arm pit, makes it awkward to glass so I was way excited to try this so the rifle has on my back out of the way. The quick release fidlock is awesome, hope that mystery ranch can perfect the rest of it.
Date published: 2018-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great!I read the reviews, both Negative an Positive, and decided to try based upon Mystery Ranch products always performing as advertised. The reviews that state "the sling will not stay on the shoulder" must be due to improper installation, or use. The magnetic clip being properly attached and used, makes it virtually impossible for the the sling to slide off the shoulder. The sling is both comfortable when used while wearing my pack, or just slinging my rifle without the pack.
Date published: 2019-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for me!I read all the negative reviews but decided to try it for myself. I paired this with my Pintler pack and followed the installation instructions provided by Mystery Ranch. It works as advertised securing my Browning X Bolt Hell's Canyon Long Range McMillan to my side freeing my hands up for other tools or tasks. I have to wonder if all the negative reviews were a result of NOT following Mystery Ranch's installation instructions.
Date published: 2019-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save your money.The idea is great but the product is poor. Rifle is constantly falling off my shoulder as there is no friction between the sling and your shoulder. When my pack (Cabinet) is packed, it’s almost impossible to get the butt of the rifle into the holder on the belt. Contacted MR and was told it wansnt necessarily designed to be used with large rifles that have a bipod in them. So I guess if you are hunting with a .22 this should work great. I won’t recommend this to anyone.
Date published: 2018-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Sling!This is a great sling. The hardware and construction are top notch. And the two piece design with the waist belt hook really makes it secure. The sling itself works just like it is advertised. Where I ran into issues is with my Metcalf and the load lifting straps. Because of the position of the load lifting straps the sling cannot fit all the way onto the backpack shoulder strap as it rolls over the shoulder, leaving it to ride on your shoulder just off the side of the shoulder strap. The sling still held its position and rode securely it just wasn't quite as comfortable as with my pack without load lifters. Where this sling shines is on packs that do not have the tall load lifters, such as the Front, Divide, and Scapegoat 25 or any other pack with a descent sized waist belt and no load lifters.
Date published: 2019-04-27
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