I am using one Spec Ops Master Blaster.
If you go with the single point attachment at the pistol grip you will have to drill out the pre-existing hole to 5/16" (according to Mesa Tactical) in the C-stock pistol grip or drill an entirely new one in the standard stock pistol grip to accommodate the Mesa Tactical sling attachment point.
Here's a MS3 sling demo, adjustment handle loop provides fast, smooth lengthening/shortening, was surprised at how easily it works -
I think I'll be getting the Blue Force Gear sling. My 2 choices are the Vickers Combat Applications sling or the padded version. What's the difference in the adjusters? I see that the aluminum adjuster is $20 more than the plastic. Any benefits to the aluminum over the plastic?
As for the single point with a C-stock.....au contraire mon frere'
I don't doubt that Mesa recommends as you say, but.....
ALWAYS.Always.Always.......work on the least expensive part ........or the part that is the most readily available.....in this case, if you need a QD attachment point for your C-stock, and you don't want to use one of the options mentioned earlier in this thread.....then just chuck the Mesa tactical screw into a drill (or drill press) and reduce its external diameter down to fit nicely thru the existing roll pin aperture.....don't screw up an expensive stock.
Last edited by benelliwerkes; 09-01-2012 at 08:25 AM.
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Here's the MS3 QD sling mounted on a Noveske N4 10.5" .......I need to practice converting from single point to dual point attachments. The para-clip works well to secure it to a forward mounted "empty" QD point. It feels as though it holds the gun in close to the chest on single point attachment.....the sling portion about the neck is not padded, so it may rough up the neck somewhat.
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Will this sling fit my on my M4 with the factory sling attachments? I don't want to buy any aftermarket loops. If this will work with my M4 as it came from the factory then I'm going to order it.