Quality AR-15 slings with available QD attachments and latch plates.
What more could ya ask for? We know what type of sling works best on a black rifle (or pistol) so we put together a selection of high-speed, comfortable, easy-to-adjust slings for your AR. We keep things simple with quick-detach (QD) stud and swivel attachments for each sling, including available upgraded latch plates. Slappin' your sling on the back of the buffer tube housing provides a good center of gravity and easy transition from the low- to the high-ready, especially if you're using a single-point sling like our UTG Sling-and-Plate combo kit.
Not all ARs come with sling-mount latch plates. Or maybe you just don't feel like going through the process of swapping it out. We get it. We've also got plenty of super-simple sling mounts that'll attach directly to your M-LOK rail system, providing the same convenient QD stud mounts wherever you want to place 'em.
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