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Strike Industries S3 Sling for Tactical AR Carbine/SBRs: Meet the Silent Strategic System

Strike Industries S3 Sling for Tactical AR Carbine/SBRs: Meet the Silent Strategic System

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The following is a (slightly modified) Strike Industries press release:

November 10, 2012

Strike Industries S3 Sling Silent Strategic System for Tactical AR Carbine SBR Press Release 1 Strike Industries S3 Sling for Tactical AR Carbine/SBRs: Meet the Silent Strategic System When Strike Industries began the design and development of the S3 Silent Strategic Sling we meticulously the researched process with the intent of creating a one of a kind sling system that gave the user both the strength and flexibility they require, coupled with seamless stealthy operational functions. Thus, we constructed a Nylon based sling with Kelvar loop attachments that cancel out any noise from friction of contact points. We’ve also added nylon covering over the YKK Hamerloc buckles to mask the sound of a quick detachment.

We’ve put the Strike S3 sling through a series of rigorous stress tests to give the user powerful sling attachments that can withstand over 300 lbs of force without give away any pliability. The S-3 is designed for optimal comfort, strength, and the guaranteed sustention of the element of surprise!

Package includes: S3 Sling

Features:

- Nylon webbing is 1000D.
– Kevlar loop attachment points, can withstand more than 300lbs of force
– YKK Hamerloc buckles
– Double Stiched for added reinforcement
– Easily adjusts to be used as a two point sling or one point sling
– Buckles are covered to conceal any sound or any light reflection

Company Contact Info:

Strike Industries
P.O. Box 28137
Santa Ana, CA 92799
Email Contact Page: http://strikeindustries.com/shop/index.php/contact/
Website: http://strikeindustries.com/

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