Mastermind Tactics Mnmlist Sling Info

INSTRUCTIONS:

Mnmlist Single Point Sling:

Our Mnmlist slings are designed to be as simple and functional as possible. One-inch wide webbing provides comfort while being slim and easily packable, and minimizing the amount of hardware on the sling means there is less to get in your way.


Sizing:

The length of the sling is adjusted by the tri-glide. Pull the tri-glide towards the quick-release buckle to lengthen the sling, pull the tri-glide towards the plastic loop to shorten the sling.

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If you do not plan on frequently adjusting the sling once sized you may find it useful to secure the adjustment section to minimize a potential snag point. We recommend something easily removable like a self-adherent wrap or gaffers tape.

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Usage:

The sling is designed to be worn with the quick-release buckle on the side closest to your strong hand but the sling will work when installed in either orientation. Attach the sling in whichever direction is easier for you to operate the quick-release buckle. Depending on what gear you are running when using your rifle it may be easiest to remove your rifle/sling by opening the quick release buckle opposed to pulling the sling over your arms and head.

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Mnmlist Two Point Sling:

Our Mnmlist slings are designed to be as simple and functional as possible. One-inch wide webbing provides comfort while being slim and easily packable, and minimizing the amount of hardware on the sling meansthere is less to get in your way.


Sizing:

The size of the sling is controlled by the length of webbing secured through the tri-glide at the rear of the sling. A properly sized sling should allow you to have the pull tab in an easy to reach location when it is both secured to your body and lengthened for use. Sizing the sling properly is mostly a process of trial and error and may require a decent amount of dry practice to ensure the pull tab is easily accessible; the rifle has an acceptable amount of stability when tightened to your body, and also has enough room to perform manipulations like magazine changes when lengthened for use.

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Use:

            Attachment Locations:

We recommend attaching your sling to the extreme end of your rifle/shotgun. If using a QD attachment we recommend securing the rear to the same side as your dominant hand. If you are attaching the rear of the sling to the rifle via a webbing slot we recommend threading the webbing over the top of the stock if possible. Using either of these rear attachment methods/locations makes it easier to transition between shoulders if necessary.

Adjustment Tab:

The adjustment tab allows you to quickly adjust the length of the sling when in use. Pull the tab downwards to lengthen the sling, and pull the tab towards your body to tighten the sling. While the sling will lengthen easily you may initially find it a little more difficult to tighten the sling. Pulling the tab up and towards your armpit while supporting the weight of the rifle with your strong hand (to take weight off of the sling) will likely yield the best results.

 

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Mnmlist Training Slings:

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Use of Mastermind Tactics Mnmlist Training Slings:

Our Mnmlist Training Slings are designed to work in conjunction with preexisting safety protocols and equipment to bring an additional level of awareness and control to a force on force training environment.

The Mnmlist Training Sling should only be used in controlled force on force training environments.

The Mnmlist Training Sling should NEVER be installed on a firearm that has not been converted to shoot marking cartridges.

 The Mnmlist Training Sling should only be installed on dedicated force on force marking firearms or firearms that have been converted to shoot marking cartridges.

The Mnmlist Training Sling should only be installed after the firearm has been safety checked and confirmed as a marking firearm by a certified trainer/instructor. 

The Mnmlist Training Sling should be used in conjunction with other commonly accepted force on force visual safety devices such as force on force training magazines and forearm flags.