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jcaoloveshine
06-27-2011, 10:05 AM
Who makes the best, most durable m1907 sling? I'm going to put this on an M1A Loaded and want to practice different Service Rifle shooting positions using this sling.

PyroFox79
06-27-2011, 10:17 AM
http://www.pacificcanvasandleather.com/

I have one from them that I use for reenacting and it is very durable. And they are a California company

RugerNo1
06-27-2011, 10:48 AM
I would put Les Tam (http://www.lestam.com/) on top because the workmanship and leather quality is the best I have ever seen (also makes a rifle sling belt that looks awesome!). Second, Ron Brown (http://www.servicerifleslings.com/) who was trained by Les Tam. And many will recommend Turner Saddlery (http://www.turnersling.com/) for they are great slings as well and probably the best prices and do not have to be special ordered.

That being said, I started out with a Sheilds National Match (http://www.sinclairintl.com/.aspx/pid=33421/Product/Shields_National_Match_Service_Rifle_Slings)sling that I soaked in Neatsfoot oil to soften and darken it up. Works just fine.

Edit:
http://www.pacificcanvasandleather.com/

I have to say, those guys have some cool stuff. I may order one of those M1 Canvas bags.

PyroFox79
06-27-2011, 11:00 AM
I have to say, those guys have some cool stuff. I may order one of those M1 Canvas bags.

Ya they are nice. Get the fleece lined one.