My Sling-A-Ling Magnetic Bow Sling functionality: Never remove it from your bow. Quickly and quietly shoot with the bow sling still attached Comfortably carry your bow hands-free all day long...
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My Sling-A-Ling Magnetic Bow Sling functionality:

  • Never remove it from your bow. Quickly and quietly shoot with the bow sling still attached
  • Comfortably carry your bow hands-free all day long in the backcountry, at the range, or at 3-D shoots
  • Stabilize your binoculars and comfortably glass for big game by hanging your bow around your neck and resting your elbows on the sling
  • At the range, sling your bow and keep both hands free while you pull your arrows, hike the course, and wait for the next shot
  • Sling your bow across your back to keep it protected while riding your ATV
  • Sling you bow across your back while you climb, and never again use a hoist rope to raise or lower your bow from your stand
  • When bowfishing, keep both hands free while recovering your fish
  • Made from military-style 7-strand paracord...In an emergency, you have over 300' of cordage to help get you out of a jam.

The My Sling-A-Ling Magnetic Bow Sling has a magnetic sleeve that can be slid up or down the sling to attach to one of the following bow-mounted magnet systems and lock it out of the way during the shot.


 

Installation Tips:

 How to Properly Adjust the Magnetic Sleeve on the Bow Sling

Always make sure to slide the magnetic fastener on the sling up or down to make sure the sling is tight between the point where it connects to the riser at the top, and whichever magnetic riser mounting system (glue-on magnet, Magnetic Wrist Sling, Sling Lock, or Sling Lock Strap) you choose to install on your bow.

This will make sure the sling always stays clear of your sight window during the shot, and will perfectly align the magnets to automatically engage  so you can go from shoulder to shot in the shortest time possible. 

 

 

Troubleshooting Tips:

 The magnet in my bow sling does not “attract” to my riser mounted magnet.

This is a simple fix. Each magnet has polarity, which means the pull force is directional. Any two magnets will either be attracted to or repel each other depending on the direction they are facing each other. To correct, simply grab the magnet on the bow sling (through the elastic band) between your thumb and forefinger and flip it over, 180 degrees, so that the side originally facing the paracord is now facing out. This reverses the polarity and the sling should now securely attach to the magnet on your bow’s riser.

 

My bow sling slides off my shoulder when I'm wearing a backpack.

If you wear a backpack while hunting or 3D shooting, we recommend adding a set of our Pack Rats to your order. They attach to the webbing in your backpack strap and will securely lock your sling to your pack so it never rides off your shoulder. They enable you to carry your bow hands-free in the backcountry, and with their ingenious quick-detach shock cord attachment system, will allow you to quickly access your bow when a shot opportunity presents itself. (They allow you to go from shoulder to shot position in under 3 seconds)

Pack Rats come two to a package, in three color options, and have many uses for securing gear to your pack.  You'll be glad you did. 

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