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GG and G Benelli M4 Rear Looped Sling Attachment


The Benelli M4 shotgun is one of the hottest shotguns in tactical circles. However many tactical shotgun shooters including the United States Marine Corp contacted us and commented that as good as the M4 is, American tactical shooters needed improved Benelli accessories such as a single point sling attachment located just behind the receiver that accepts HK style snap hooks or mash hooks. That's why we developed our Benelli M4 Rear Looped Sling Attachment. Fully ambidextrous, this Benelli sling attachment allows the operator to mount the weapon on either the primary or offside shoulder. Setting up the Benelli M4 sling attachment's single point/receiver end plate in this manner makes it easier to "cut the pie" at doorways and corners without telegraphing your position.

Designed and manufactured for professional use The Benelli M4 Looped Rear Sling Attachment is machined from A-36 ordnance steel and is manganese phosphated matte black per mil-spec. The low profile loop will accommodate almost all of the current hooks and clips. Installation does require removal of the rear stock. A special patent pending tool designed, developed and manufactured by GG&G is required for this procedure and is included in the package along with complete instructions. In field tests, installation took between 15 and 22 minutes to complete.

Part #
GGG 1460
Description
BENELLI M4 SINGLE POINT SLING ATTACHMENT LOOPED

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