Wilderness Tactical Giles Sling AR-15 Collapsible Buttstock Oval Handguard

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$30.95 - $38.95
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The original Giles Tactical Sling (pronounced Jiles), designed by respected Gunsite trainer Giles Stock, set a new standard for tactical slings when introduced to the public in 1989. It ushered in the era of the modern tactical sling, allowing fast presentation of the long gun, immediate transition to the sidearm and secure retention from snatch attempts.

It also converts immediately to a standard carry sling just by pulling the body loop closed. Long in use with major law enforcement tactical units around the country, this sling has also gained widespread acceptance in military special operations and knowledgeable personal-defense circles around the world. It has been highly acclaimed for its safety, simplicity and speed.

Real world high-speed users include L.A.P.D. SWAT, Phoenix P.D. SAU (SWAT) and Marine Corps Force Recon units, just to name a few. Combat-proven around the world in every environment, it's versatility makes it superior in both urban close-quarters battle and field operations. Tough, simple and functional, it still sets the standard by which all others are judged.
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