F.A.Q




Q: How do I adjust the length of my sling?
A:

A.  To lengthen the strap grab the slide adjustment on the lower webbing strap and pull the slide  adjustment down    

B.  To shorten the strap grab the slide adjustment on the lower webbing strap and pull the strap back through the slide adjustment. 

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Q: How do I attach my Claw sling to my rifle?
A:

A.  Pull out of the screws and untwist it until it won’t turn anymore.     B.  Push in on the screw and twist the bar right or left.   C.  Slide the post through the sling stud on the rifle.   D.  Close the bar and tighten the screw in a reverse procedure of loosening.

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Q: How do I remove the swivels from my Claw sling
A:

The swivels are sewn onto the sling and normally cannot be removed and replaced.

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Q: How do I use my Claw 3-Point Sling?
A:

1.Check to make sure firearm is unloaded and safe

2.Attach the Hush Stalker II Swivels to the standard stud posts on your firearm with the wide end of sling pad near the barrel.

3.Open cam buckle. Pull the webbing below the buckle out towards you. This loosens the webbing and increases the loop size.

4.When strap is long enough to fit comfortably on shoulder, close buckle.

5.Slide non-shooting hand between the sling pad and the webbing until your elbow reaches the webbing.

6.Hook elbow with the webbing and pull elbow back into horizontal 90 degree position.

7.Hold sling pad and webbing against the firearm stock with your hand to form the triangular 3-point position.

8.You may carry the gun in the standard shoulder position. For other options, open cam buckle to lengthen webbing by pulling buckle out towards you.

9.To carry across your chest, place the outer webbing over your head so that the firearm hangs diagonally across your chest. The sling pad will be lying between your chest and the firearm.

10.To carry across your back, place the outer webbing over your head so the firearm hangs diagonally across your back. The sling pad will be lying between your back and the firearm.1

1.Safety is always important! Check swivel bolts periodically to make sure they are securely tightened.

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Q: How do I use my Claw Crossbow Sling?
A:

A. Check to make sure firearm is unloaded and safe. 

B. Attach the Quick-Disconnect metal swivels to the standard stud posts on your crossbow with the wide end of the sling pad near the cocking stirrup. 

C. Open cam buckle. Pull the webbing below the buckle out towards you. 

D. When strap is long enough to fit comfortably on the shoulder, close the buckle.

E. Slide non-shooting hand between the sling pad and the webbing until your elbow reaches the webbing. 

F. Hook elbow with the webbing and pull elbow back into horizontal 90 degree position. 

G. Hold sling pad and webbing against the crossbow stock with your hand to form the triangular 3-point position. 

H. while carrying sling on shoulder, attach gator clip on lower end of sling to pants, belt loop, or jacket. This prevents the top heavy crossbow from leaning away from body, maintaining an upright position. 

I. To release sling and quickly assume a shooting position, open buckle near gator clip and pull crossbow buttstock away from body. The 16” webbing loop will fall away from the main sling, but remain attached to clothing to prevent loss of part. 

J. Safety is always important! Check swivel bolts periodically to make sure they are securely tightened. 

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Q: How do I use my Claw Shotgun Sling?
A:

A. Check to make sure the firearm is unloaded and safe

B. Slide the suede-lined loop over the barrel of your shotgun

C. Slide the other webbed end of the sling over the butt of the firearm and secure.

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Q: How do I use my Claw Turkey Tote?
A:

A. Pull loop end of the sling strap back into itself to form a second sliding loop. 

B. Put sliding loop around turkey’s feet and pull snug. 

C. Repeat step one on the other sling strap. 

D.  Put the other sliding loop around the turkey’s neck and pull snug.

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Q: How do I use my Game Sling?
A:

A. Squeeze the rust-resistant Rails together and unhook the latch.

B. Slide the neck of the bird or game down the rail from the widest end.

C. Hook the latch and secure tightly.

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Q: How do you attach stag seat legs?
A:


Inserting Legs:  The flared-out bottom portion of the foot should be aligned so that it is pointing away from the seat. Once the proper alignment is determine, insert each leg into its leg support frame while pressing in on the two spring loaded metal snaps. Then, align the snaps with the retention holes so that they engage the leg support frame. 


Removing Legs:  Push in on the two metal snaps simultaneously and pull leg away from the leg support frame and toward the center of the seat. 


Adjusting Legs: Holding the inner tube of the leg (portion to which the foot is attached) in your left hand, and the outer tube of the leg in your right hand, push in the metal snaps on both sides of the leg simultaneously then rotate the inner tube slightly, moving the metal snaps out of alignment with the retention holes. The inner tube of the leg can then slide easily to the desired height. Once the desired height is attained, rotate the inner tube back so that the metal snaps align with the engage the retention holes.  

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Q: How to maintain my All-Terrain Seat?
A:

In order to guarantee a long life of the seat, it is advisable to oil the metallic buttons, the ones fixed on the structure of the seat and the ones used to adjust the height. Lubricate regularly the outer and inner metallic buttons, mainly if the seat has been used in adverse weather conditions.

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Q: How to use Tactical Sling ?
A:

1.Check to make sure firearm is unloaded and safe.

2.The tactical sling is designed to allow the user to transition the rifle around the body while attached to the sling by a 4” sliding tab that connects to your firearm with a single point sling adapter using a swivel hook.

3.The sling is designed to be worn with the quick release buckle on the front of the user, and the tri-glide length adjustment on the back of the user. To adjust for desired length, locate the tri-glide on the webbing on the back of the user and either shorten or lengthen the webbing. The user must make sure that after proper length is established, the tri-glide is adjusted as close as possible to the end of the sling pad as this will establish your stopping point for the 4” sliding tab. Once length is adjusted, and excess webbing may be cut off and braised if no further lengthening is to be required.

4.Connect swivel hook to firearm. The new tactical sling is designed to be used with a universal single point sling adapter. 

5.The new Tactical sling allows the rifle to be carried in multiple positions across the body and is designed not to slide while firearm is hanging muzzle down in the resting position at the front of the user. The 4” swivel hook extension will glide smoothly on webbing to all desired resting positions and ultimately to the firing position without hanging up.

6.Safety is always important! Check all connections periodically to make sure they are securely attached.

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