it work with my gun?
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Gunslinger Corral rifle Holster works in conjunction with just
about any rifle "sling" or "strap", Make sure
the "sling" and "sling mounts" are in good working
- Adjust belt
for waist size and trim off excess (heat the cut end to stop fraying),
leave enough length to provide quick adjustment over your cold weather
Corral's support hook is fully adjustable. With a firm grip,
bend the hook for a custom fit on your rifle or shotgun stock
- Mount holster
to the mid section of the belt. Gunslinger Corral is designed
to be worn at the center of the lower back, stability will decrease
when the holster is worn off to the side.
Safety strap to the size of stock (the safety strap will hold the
stock securely into the holster while in rough terrain). Do not
cut off excess strap, leave for an easy grab or release.
- After fitting
to your rifle or shotgun, you will need to adjust your rifle sling.
The sling should be snug but not restrictive. If sling adjustment
is limited, try raising or lowering the belt.
is designed for speed and ease of use, practice with your Holster
for superior results!
fun, get into the action, and remember "Safe hunting is Great
small accessory attaches to the shoulder harness of a backpack
and works with a hip mounted Gunslinger Corral rifle
holster providing the same holster support, security, and
the easy access that you can count on.
in conjunction with just about any rifle "sling"
sure the "sling" and "sling mounts"
are in good working condition.
with the Gunslinger Corral compact rifle holster.
drawing the sling inward - barrel control is gained.
not over adjust the quick disconnect lanyard, rifle sling
should slide freely through the sling securement strap upon
snugly to shoulder harness of backpack.
to chest size.
to harness the rifle sling.
to chest size, and cut off excess.
cut end to stop fraying.
lower stock from the holster, reach over rifle sling, and you're
set for a silent, smooth draw.
to disconnect the sling securement strap for draw.
as 1 - 2 - 3
not attempt to locate the holster support hook on or near the "trigger
guard" or "safety switch" of any firearm.
(Holster designed to fit below pistol grip of a rifle or