I have bought two from this seller and I like them on my light weight 308 and Mondays 260 Rem.. The shoulder strap is not real wide so with the heavy guns it might not be as comfortable, but if you don't carry if far you should be ok. For the most part I don't use slings because I try to set myself up where I can use a bag, but I only hunt on my own farm and the farthest I carry a rifle would be 100 yards or so unless I decide to do a stalk and just want to walk around some.
Here is the link to the slings and maybe you can find one you like.
I carry my guns a lot because I mostly still hunt here in the east. At the very least I still hunt until I get to a spot that looks good for an ambush. I also use slings as a shooting support. I use a Tactical Intervention Slip-Cuff on everything but my lever gun.
If you plan on hunting in the far north, a good sling IMHO is important. not for shooting for carrying. Keep you hands free. I saw one in a catalog with split strap, look good or a backpack that holds the rifle.
I've been using this one at www.specialtyoutdoorproducts.com its made out of thermo plastic which feels like rubber. Its pretty incrdeible, I carry a pack and rifle for miles out west and the rifle does not slide off my shoulder. Watch the video, I was skeptical at first but it came recommended from a friend and has a money back guarantee. I've been using it for three years and have become a believer. Flagman
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I've been using this one at www.spcialtyoutdoorproducts.com its made out of thermo plastic which feels like rubber. Its pretty incrdeible, I carry a pack and rifle for miles out west and the rifle does not slide off my shoulder. Watch the video, I was skeptical at first but it came recommended from a friend and has a money back guarantee. I've been using it for three years and have become a believer. Flagman
Wow that is so strange I have never seen this sling company and he lives only 10 miles from my house, so needless to say to support my local Michigan buddy I am going to buy one of the slings but at the same time I found this version to attach to your favorite sling if you have one and does the same type concept but maybe not Quite as springy as a quite as springy as A rubber style sling. When I am hunting in my local Michigan stands the sling is not quite as important when I hunt out of state in Missouri Kansas Illinois etc. etc. some of the stand sites that I walk to can be over a mile and up to 2 miles to my hunting location. So I am looking for exactly this type of Aisling style that will more like a backpack when making them long hikes.
My favorite for hunting is a Boonie Packer Safari Sling. Keeps the rifle in front of you and you can go both hands free if needed. Kinda reminds me of the M60 sling for those that ever had the honor of humping with one of those. Nice wide strap but could use some padding. I thought I had one of those pads that was on the M60 slings in my Army gear but couldn't find it so I might try to make one.