That brings us to the humble sling mount. People sometimes dismiss it as just the thing that goes around your shoulder. However, there are different types, each with its own tactical benefits and drawbacks. Two-point slings are the most common ones, allowing users to strap their guns to their backs as they move. Single-point slings have the advantage of keeping the gun facing in the same direction, which can make it easier to fire it without removing the sling itself.
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