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Stabilizer Brace Minimalist Sling
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The Recover Tactical Stabilizer sling
Compatible with all Recover Tactical Stabilizer Braces
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4 reviews for Stabilizer Brace Minimalist Sling
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What's the length of the sling just out of curiosity?
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It is 27 inches long
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Tracy Wurtz (verified owner) –
I was not expecting this sling to be elastic, In some scenarios, a more ridged material bight be better. That being said the fact that you can wrap this around the back of the brace, creeping it out of the way, and that it will release when you open the brace; makes this sling the perfect choice for the Recover Tactical brace.
Christopher Matthew (verified owner) –
Learning how to take advantage of the design is important. Price is fair
Jesse Arroyo (verified owner) –
Before buying this sling I was using a pretty standard pistol lanyard. The pistol lanyard worked but it was too long and swung around a little too much. I bought this sling because I knew it was elastic and carried my glock 17 and recover tactical brace higher and tight. And, it’s still flexible enough to not inhibit or interfere with using the setup. I really like it and the price is well worth the value it provides.
It’s a great idea and as with anything, you have to learn how to use it properly to get the full use of it.
Watch Tier 1 Citizen’s YouTube video on how to use this minimalist sling. He explains that you have to cinch it tight so when you release the weapon, the firearm sticks to your body. He also explains how to wind it around the brace arm 2 different ways to get it out of the way when you are not using it.