Arsenal SLR-106 URBAN-SENTRY Hybrid Sling.

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(The weapons catch adapter attaches to either your belt or the PALS webbing of the sling on your offhand side so that when the Arsenal SLR-106 sling is configured as a single point, you can secure the front of the weapon to your offhand side instead of just letting the Arsenal SLR-106 hang in front of you for hands free activities or shooting with your sidearm. The URBAN-SENTRY Sling as applied to the Arsenal SLR-106 7.62x39 can be used in either a Tactical One Point or Two Point carry mode which allows the operator the ability to mission select the way the sling is configured for any scenario.) This package contains the URBAN SENTRY Arsenal SLR-106 sling which is displayed in the photo as a Two Point configuration, but it can be converted into a Single Point configuration as well for the Arsenal SLR-106.

This revolutionary Arsenal SLR-106 Sling quickly converts from a TWO point sling to a ONE point sling and is far superior to any other on the market. It allows the operator to choose which configuration will suit them best. The ONE point sling configuration is more beneficial in urban areas during MOUT operations, where as the two point configuration will work best in rural areas, on TCPs or sentry duty. The conversion can be completed in less than a minute. The URBAN-SENTRY Hybrid Arsenal SLR-106 Sling is a totally ambidextrous one point and two point sling. The US2 features a 2" wide main sling body which affords the operator a lot more comfort over longer periods of carry. Unlike the 1" & 1-1/4" slings that tend to cut into your shoulder and neck. The URBAN-SENTRY Arsenal SLR-106 slings use either 2" wide nylon MIL-W-4088K or MIL-W-AA55301 webbing which evenly distributes the weight of the Arsenal SLR-106. The URBAN-SENTRY series of slings also utilizes 1" nylon MIL-W-AA55301 webbing. The main sling body is universal to all weapons. What makes it specific to each weapon system are the Adapters that connect to the weapon. The Arsenal SLR-106 sling utilizes the Speed Loop Male Webbing Adapter on the rear sling attachment, and the MASH Clip Adapter connected to the front sling loop of the Arsenal SLR-106.

Applied to any weapon with front and rear sling attachments, the URBAN-SENTRY will secure your weapon similar to common 3 point tactical slings, but without the unnecessary excess webbing that runs along the rifle. This modular design allows the sling to be attached to any weapon system using the various URBAN-E.R.T. Adapters. Each standard hybrid sling kit comes with two Adapters of your choice, one for the front, and one for the rear. The weapon will remain tight against you while stowed, however is ready to be deployed in an instant. To engage a target, simply grab the Cinch Strap-TM" Strap-lock, turn it perpendicular to the webbing like a bow string, and slide it to the rear over the webbing to rapidly release the sling to its pre-configured length. To re-cinch the sling, simply grab the Cinch Strap-TM sewn tab, and push it away from you. The ability to secure the Arsenal SLR-106 tight against your torso during hand to hand combat is a critical factor when choosing a sling, especially in rural areas. If you are alone, and your backup isn’t close, the URBAN-SENTRY Arsenal SLR-106 sling configured as a two point sling is for you. This Arsenal SLR-106 sling also benefits snipers, scouts, and hunters, which have to climb obstacles to get into position. In the event that a secondary weapon transition is necessary, the Arsenal SLR-106 will fall centrally located, barrel pointing down, ensuring a clear path to your secondary weapon.




This video demonstrates our E-RUSH Sling kit as well as the URBAN-SENTRY Hybrid Sling kit.  Not all features of the kit in the video will apply to your order if you aren't purchasing the E-RUSH Sling kit, or the Weapons Catch Adapter.


  • 5

    Posted by Jerry on Aug 15 2014

    This sling is outstanding. I have one on each of my Ak-47, one on my SuperNova and another on my Sagia 12. Optional weapon adapters are a must depending on the situation. I have tried many slings and these are the best. The basic AK sling is a good sling. It's simple and can wrap around the weapon tight to get it out of the way, but it will stretch and breakdown over time. I have been using this sling hard for over a year and it has not let me down once.