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Over the last couple decades I have used a lot of slings on a lot of guns, and I truly love what Klik Belts and Black Collar Arms (which, full disclosure, I co-own) have come up with here. After using the Klik Sling on ARs, shotguns, Pork Swords, my 45-lb. Bushmaster .50 cal, and traditional hunting rifles while putting in something like 30 hours worth of hiking around Texas while carrying, hunting with, and shooting those different guns, I can confidently say that the Klik Sling is freakin’ great. Morning-to-night hiking with a heavy rifle on the Klik Sling and I couldn’t be happier about its comfort, control, and adjustability.

Details on the new Klik Sling can be found HERE and in the copied-and-pasted press release below:

New From Klik Belts and Black Collar Arms:

The Klik Sling 2-Point Modular Quick Adjust Rifle Sling


Austin, TX (May the 4th, 2021) — A Klik Belts and Black Collar Arms collaboration, the Klik Sling is a quick-adjust, modular rifle sling that employs genuine AustriAlpin COBRA™ quick release buckles and interchangeable Tails. Attach Klik Sling Tails to nearly any rifle or shotgun, then quickly move the Klik Sling Body from gun to gun. With rapid, one-handed length adjustment and a padded mil-spec nylon webbing strap, the strong-yet-lightweight Klik Sling is ideal for tactical, hunting, and recreational use and adjusts to nearly any firearm.

Klik Sling Bodies and Tails are sold a la carte, allowing for different front and rear attachment types to fit every firearm. Lots of guns in the safe? Install a front and rear Tail on each gun and then quickly and easily move the Klik Sling Body between them.

Additionally, the COBRA™ quick release buckles allow the user to easily sling or unsling the firearm from their body should their gear or headwear make it difficult to lift the sling over their head. A firm pinch to the COBRA™ tabs also provides for immediate release of the Klik Sling should the firearm or sling become caught on an object.

Klik Sling : Well Slung©

Klik Sling Specifications:

  • Minimum Length: 40 inches
  • Maximum Length: 67 inches
  • Padded Strap Length: 23 inches
  • Quick-Adjust Range: +/- 7.75 inches
  • Body Material: 1.75-inch width, mil-spec nylon webbing with perforated body-side padding and 1.0-inch nylon webbing adjustable sections. Zytel adjustment sliders, aluminum COBRA™ buckles.
  • Tails Material: COBRA™ buckle, 1-inch nylon webbing, U.S.-made firearm attachment hardware
  • Made in the USA

Klik Sling Features:

  • AustriAlpin COBRA™ quick release buckles front and rear
  • Padded, mil-spec nylon webbing strap available in multiple colors (get a KlikBelt to match!)
  • Webbing pull loop for quick, one-handed length adjustment
  • Additional front and rear length adjustment sections with elastic tail tamers integrated into sling Body
  • Tails available in QD, Sling Swivel, HK Hook, and Universal Strap attachment styles
  • Quick-release Tails to move sling Body from gun to gun or to easily sling or unsling firearm from your body. Also provides for quick release of sling should firearm or sling become caught on an object.

Visit Klik Belts and Black Collar Arms for more Klik Sling information, photos, videos, and to purchase Klik Sling Bodies and Tails. For a limited time, Klik Sling purchasers will receive an exclusive discount on Klik Belts’ fantastic casual, concealed carry, and duty belts with coupon code SLING15!

About Klik Belts

Based in Austin, TX, Klik Belts was founded in 2014 by a group of people who wanted more out of a simple object we all use every day; a tool that plays an indispensable role in all of our lives. As a creative collective, we’ve made a belt that is not only aesthetically empowering, but combines strength with form and function while also being unisex. At Klik Belts, we knew it was time to reinvent the belt, and to make this ordinary, everyday object into something extraordinary. Our belts are designed to make your life easier. Whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, hunting, or mountain climbing, Klik Belts has you covered. Our belts are also ideal for those who work in law enforcement, EMS, or the military. When you invest in a Klik Belt, you can rest assured that you’re choosing a belt that is built with strength, stability, and quality in mind.

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About Black Collar Arms

Based in Austin, TX, Black Collar is dedicated to creating innovative and functional firearms and components. The Pork Sword Chassis forged the market for minimalist, modular firearm chassis and the Pork Sword Pistol is now headed to a dealer near you. There’s a lot more to come from Black Collar, so stay tuned!

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    • Yeah, it’s pricey. It’s literally the best we could make and it’s damn good at that.

      We created and tested a bunch of designs over the last like 16 months and ultimately both parties (Klik Belts and Black Collar) decided to just launch the “Cadillac” model. COBRA buckles were a must to fit the Klik Belts brand, and actual, legit AustriAlpin ones are expensive. We tested every mil-spec webbing width, padded and non-padded, and the end result is so darn effective and comfortable we decided not to even offer a non-padded version at this time. All the specialty sewing (and in particular the fact that it’s done in the U.S.!) is a big component of the final price. Anyway…there was a version that wasn’t quick-adjust and only had a COBRA buckle on the front, and it was a fine sling but it wasn’t anything special. This bad boy is special. Crazy adjustable, super strong, really comfortable, the quick adjust works great, you can snap it between guns super easily. It’s an awesome, albeit admittedly very expensive sling.

      Also I have a matching belt and sling now — it’s literally the exact same mil-spec webbing — and that’s just cool 😉

  1. Seriously? Dump the Cobra tails, made it solid and reduce the price by half and then you’re in the competitive zone. What purpose does TWO heavy, clunky Cobra buckles do that the QDs don’t already do? Plus the additional weight – just to be different? No. This could be a nice sling. I like the adjuster. But otherwise…

    • These are mini COBRAs. Often used for dog collars and sometimes even watch bands. Crazy strong, but far smaller and lighter than the belt versions. All aluminum, just a couple of ounces. Anyway it also allows for QD functionality on guns with sling swivel and strap attachments and it’s extremely easy to configure on guns with mismatched front and rear sling attachment systems. A few of my ARs require a rear strap and I have plenty of hunting rifles with sling studs, and so far I’ve been moving any QDs between guns but for those more “permanent” attachments it’s pretty slick to just move the sling Body and leave the Tails installed on the guns. Especially the straps.

      • And it may be the answer for some. But still, fiddly. Just easier to get a sling for each gun. One and done and no monkeying around. Offering a sling without the mini-cobras would just be smart and add virtually nothing to the manufacturing process and keeping prices down. Just a thought.

        • Yeah that would be cool. But it wouldn’t be a Klik Sling. Other players (hundreds) have the mass-market thing well taken care of. It’s the Ferrari, not the Camry. Well, except that it’s made in the U.S. instead of farmed overseas, which also sets it apart from most of ’em and accounts for a good chunk of the MSRP. They will be fewer, better for many uses/owners, and made right here.

    • If the demand is there. A simpler, likely non-padded single point version that has the same male side COBRA to use with the same Tails.

  2. Jeremy,
    You could say the same darned thing if you made it right here minus the tail pieces. The Cadillac of slings, and made right here, reduce the price to an easier swallow and crush the overseas made crap – still.

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