Using a rifle sling helps with stability and accuracy. They also provide a way to carry your firearm comfortably, while the positioning makes your gun quickly and easily accessible. Firefield carries both two- and single-point slings.
For hunting, you will want a traditional two-point sling and for AR-15s and other modern sporting rifles, single-point tactical-style slings are popular. Most two-point slings are installed using sling mounts under your gun’s stock and forend or rail. Firefield’s single-point paracord rifle sling is attached using a sling-attachment point usually found on the back lower receiver plate.
To use the Firefield two-point sling, wrap the back rear of the sling around the back of your upper arm with your forward arm wrapped clockwise into the sling. This method offers exceptional stability in almost in shooting position. To use the single-point sling, simply clip it onto the attachment point. Once attached, shorten the sling to the point that the rifle is comfortable on your shoulder. Wrapping your hand into the sling as mentioned earlier tightens your slinged shooting position and increases stability.