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LimbSaver Kodiak Firearm & Crossbow Sling - Dick's Sporting Goods

LimbSaver Kodiak Firearm & Crossbow Sling

Item Number: 18473976
Price: $24.99
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The LimbSaver® Kodiak Firearm & Crossbow Sling offers absolute control and safety of your weapon. The Kodiak sling features NAVCOM break-away technology and non-slip comfort ridges to ensure that your firearm or crossbow stays in place. Its 3-D self-balancing swivel technology allows the sling to sit at any angle or shoulder contour. The sling is constructed of high-grade leather and designed for right or left-hand use.

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FEATURES:

  • Designed for firearms and crossbows
  • Reduces shoulder fatigue
  • Provides maximum comfort
  • 3-D self-balancing swivel technology
  • Lightweight contour design
  • Non-slip NAVCOM comfort ridges
  • High-end quality craftsmanship
  • Designed for right-left- hand use
  • High grade leather construction
  • 4000+-lb. strength, nylon webbing
  • NAVCOM break-away technology
  • LimbSaver


Country Of Origin: United States

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by It's OK. This thing is a bit bulky and when I sling this over my shoulder the sling itself hits the bolts in my quiver. October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great strap! Very durable and ergonomic. Fits my crossbow perfectly and was easy to install. October 22, 2013
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