Browning X-Cellerator rifle sling

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theoldarcher
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Browning X-Cellerator rifle sling

Post by theoldarcher » Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:48 pm

I always try to pass things along that seem to help me during hunting season and to me this sling is worth it weight in gold. I have used the Browning X-Cellerator sling this past season and love it. It adjust to the length you need for carrying simply by grasping the buckle and sliding it back and then you can adjust it shorter to use while hunting without having to remove it during the hunt by grasping the buckle and sliding it forward. It locks very positively so it don’t adjust unless you want it to. I tried it because of excessive noise from the swivel post of a regular sling and the other slings always seem to get in the way in the stand if I left it on so I would end up having to take it off. I have included a couple of pictures in case you haven’t seen one before. K.I.S.S (keep it simple stupid) really describes this sling

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Re: Browning X-Cellerator rifle sling

Post by Michael.stogre » Tue Jan 03, 2012 8:26 pm

I use one on my phoenix. It is the best sling I have
ever used. I also wrap it around my forearm for off hand shooting and 3D shoots. The added support really
helps a senior like myself.

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Re: Browning X-Cellerator rifle sling

Post by masboy » Tue Jan 03, 2012 8:38 pm

that looks great! know all about the sling swivels making noise so I always take mine off then when it gets dark I have a hard time seeing to get it back on.can,t beat a good sling for an off hand shot. thanks!!!

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Re: Browning X-Cellerator rifle sling

Post by j.krug » Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:36 am

Good to hear that worked out good for you. I've been looking for other options also. I've been thinking of trying a singal mount point tactical sling? I've also been thinking of something along the lines of the "backpack" style sling that biathalon shooters usefor competition. I might try to make one myself out of 2 slings.
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Re: Browning X-Cellerator rifle sling

Post by Hester0305 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:35 pm

Thanks for the input and pictures on the sling. I haven't bought a sling yet but I really like this one because it looks very user friendly.
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