Joncutt87's Hand Woven Paracord rifle slings.

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  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    Very very impressed with these slings. Jon and his fiance are an absolute pleasure to do business with, and they are turning out a superb utilitarian rifle sling that IMO, surpasses any rifle sling you can buy at any store..

    They are highly recomended by me! Both the slings and Jon and Ashley..
  2. TheGunClinger

    TheGunClinger Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Well, JLA, I dont want to dispute your glowing testimony as to the impressiveness of Jon and Ashleys product and business practises and all I can say to you and any other potential buyer is... What you said!!
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  4. carver

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    Should be getting mine in the mail any time now.
  5. Chinook

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    you guys should seriously check out some of JonCutt's 550 cord slings! I got mine in the mail not too long ago, and I could not be happier. Like JLA already stated. They just fit me perfectly, when slung on my 30-06, Parker-Hale Safari. Great products, great service, and simply nice folks to deal with! Jon, Ashley... Thank you very much! I cant wait to continue doing business with you guys!

    Here are the 4 that I ordered. OD Green/Tan, OD Green/Burgundy, Desert Camo/Burgundy, and straight up Desert Camo. Right now the Safari wears the OD/Tan, while my M77 is sporting the OD/Burgundy right now. My neighbor is drooling over the Desert Camo sling, and it practically matches his AR-10 done up in Gray, and Tan.

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    Heres a few more glory shots... Sory the images are so dam'd big. Its late, Im 'puter stupid, and Im going to hit the hay... Ill fix em tomorrow...

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  7. Fast Forward

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    Beautiful work,,I just don,t own anything nice enough to put one on
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    It's not so much what you put it on, as it is that though they do look good, 100' of parcord in a survival situation is hard to beat!

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  9. Brisk44

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    Hey Carver is that a Marlin .44 mag?
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    Yep! It's the help mate to my Ruger .44mag. 5".
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