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Quick Cuff Precision Rifle Sling - Online Owners Manual

Buttstock End Installation:

The final stage of securing the Quick Cuff Precision Rifle Sling to the firearm is secure it to the buttstock. Remember, if you would like to see a larger version of any of the images on this page, simply click on the photograph and you will be taken to a page with the bigger image.

Extend the sling completely. If necessary point the muzzle of the rifle up and let the sling hang down. Insure there are no kinks or twists in the Quick Cuff Sling.

As you did with the fore-end swivel unlock the QD swivel, open the locking bar and rotate it toward you 45 degrees till it stops.Gently release the knurled knob.

Connect the Quick Cuff Sling to the buttstock by inserting the round bar on the swivel into the hole in the swivel stud. Make sure the outer part of the sling is facing toward you.

Lock it down!
Reverse steps 3, 2, and 1 from the previous page. Make sure you turn the knob clockwise until it spins freely. Move the swivel back and forth and side to side firmly to make sure it is seated properly.

Adjust the length of the BOTTOM portion of the sling so that it is comfortable for you to carry your rifle. Do not adjust the top portion of the sling to adjust the carry comfort.

Congratulations! You have secured the main portion of the sling to your rifle. You should now familiarize yourself with how to:

Position the Quick Cuff on your arm