This is the absolute all inclusive complete kit for the SIG Rattler Pistol 5.56mm rifle that comes with our Enhanced RUSH Sling that can be configured into either a dedicated Two Point Sling, or a dedicated Single Point Sling, as well as be rapidly transformed from a Two Point Sling to a Single Point Sling without having to remove the sling to reconfigure it. It comes with the QD Triglide made by Impact Weapon Components that is installed onto the shoulder non elastic side of the sling. You simply unplug the QD adapter from the SIG Rattler Pistol front factory QD Socket that is on the side of the hand guard, and then plug it into the QD TriGlide Socket at your shoulder. To rapidly transform your Rattler Pistol sling back to a two point, unplug it from the QD TriGlide at your shoulder and then plug it back into the QD Socket on the front hand guard of the Rattler Pistol.
The kit includes:
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.
The video below demonstrates our Enhanced RUSH Sling which is the URBAN-SENTRY Hybrid sling with additional components. The first two demonstrations show how it can be utilized as a two point sling as well as a single point sling. The demonsration also shows the function of the Weapons Catch Adapter. It allows you to secure the front of the weapon to your offhand side when the sling is configured into a dedicated one point sling. The last demonstration shows the benefits of the E-RUSH Sling. In the video, the front adapter is a MASH Clip Adapter, and the rear adapter is the Webbing Adapter. The demonstration is being done on an M4 blue gun. The kit that you are purchasing obviously uses the QD Push Button Adapters. You will be able to utilize this SIG MPX PDW sling kit in the exact configurations as seen in the videos, however your adapters and weapon will obviously be different. The weapons management techniques will all be the same.