September 24, 2023

My Sling-A-Ling Archery Bow Sling Review

My Sling-A-Ling First Impressions

"Very comfortable."

For the price, this is a good bow sling. The buckles are easy to adjust, and not difficult to remove. This cover is great, I'd say awesome if it wasn't so noisy. He LOVES IT and has shot everyday possible since his birthday. Ordered this to go with Barnett XBow. Perfect for young kids who want to start with Compound Bows. I just wish it is 3 inches more adjustment.

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  • Value For Money
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My Sling-A-Ling Final Thoughts

"I am pleased."

Easy to attach to the bow, serves its purpose. I bought this to go on my new Elite Ember compound bow. This should work for most compound bows. I ultimately needed a more robust sling which protected my cables. It is only a matter of time before it will start to separate. Even though i gave it 4 stars, i do recommend buying it to carry your bow. One clip fit on the back end but the front end was too wide.

Overall Score

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  • My Sling-A-Ling Features & Specs

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