Boxer Tactical Releases OMNI Sling for The Attachment OCD Shooter

Not just a couple of decades ago slings were utterly simple affairs. Often with only a buckle or just an attachment point to a rifle, slings were decidedly non-tactical. I, for one, have lamented the various “innovations” in slings, where the webbing can have more options than M-LOK and can be just as complicated to use.

Seems that I am not the only one feeling this way. Seeing a need for simplicity along with the need to attach to all the various methods out there is Boxer Tactical with their new OMNI sling:

The Omni Sling™ is a simple, sleek design offering maximum mounting options. It’s simple enough that you don’t need a YouTube video to figure out how to use it. One of the most frustrating aspects of purchasing a sling is buying the right mounting hardware or having to purchase upgrades. We give you all the hardware you need to use our sling on any modern sporting rifle or shotgun.

Finally, some high-speed that is actually low-drag!

The Omni is 100% made in the United States using the best tactical nylon and attachment options. Four attachment options are included: 2x ITW C.L.A.S.H. hooks, 2x QD Swivel attachments, 2 Kevlar cordage attachments, and good old fashioned nylon only for ya’ll sling loop users.

The most high-speed part of the whole thing? The sling is priced at a bargain $59.00 at this writing for both black and tan options. Most other slings are $99 to start, and that we well before the various attachment options.

Bravo, Boxer Tactical. Bravo. 



Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Phillip Cooper

    $60 for this is a ripoff. It should be $30 at most. Even that is a good amount of profit.

  • Treiz

    where’s my mash hooks?

    • Vitsaus

      On the Chinese made slings.

      • InVinoVeritas

        Tell that to Blue Force Gear. They’re USA-made.

  • Michael Gallagher

    “Not just a couple of decades ago slings were utterly simple affairs.”

    No they weren’t, just because you never were trained or learned how to use one for it’s intended purpose does not make it true.

    Do some research on the M1907 sling that was issued to US troops for decades.

    Even the nylon ones that followed were simple, but ideally designed for shooting.

    Funny how the younger generation only thinks about how to carry gear, not how properly use it. They are not supposed to be the cool looking accessory, they have dual function.

    Only the lazy, non-proficient shooters use them as just simple straps to tote their rifle.

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    • CrazyKg

      I bet you are really fun at parties.

      • Michael Gallagher

        Actually I am. But what does that matter? Oh, you must use the liberal tactic to attack the person and not the facts, got ya kiddo.

        At least you get a participation trophy for being here.

        • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

          Trump rallies dont count as parties.

    • Funny, I was taught how to use an M1907 sling (which, BTW, won’t work properly on an M16 or AR15 that doesn’t mount them to a free floating tube, as it literally bends the barrel under tension), and I have *always* preferred a simple 2-point sling for any serious work with a rifle. (I don’t consider KD range bullseye “real work”, although I’ve done it too.)

      But then, I was taught how to use a sling *properly*, in a fashion that is actually tactically relevant and doesn’t require me to call a time-out to get my sling adjusted…

      But since anyone who carries their rifle farther than the back of their SUV to the covered firing line at their KD range spends *way* more time carrying the rifle than taking 500 meter shots, carrying *is* the primary purpose of a sling.

  • Pete Sheppard

    A surplus/repro M1/M14 sling and a couple of snap hooks and you’re in business…I sprung for Magpul Paraclips, and it does everything I need–except look tacti-gucci-cool. :p