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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    After awhile im going to go back to wrist slings, so who makes the best ones for the money as i have a lot of bows to buy for

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    Bling Slings by X-Force girl. Marcy makes some very nice ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale_B1 View Post
    Bling Slings by X-Force girl. Marcy makes some very nice ones.

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    Re: Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    Ridgerunner has a customer for life here. Jon makes awesome slings and he has awesome customer service.


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    Thanks guys, do they have a website or a thread on here? Or do i just have to contact them?
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    I looked carefully at a bunch of options for my PSE Skullworks. I ended up going with a Bloodrunner from Travis @ Straight-N-Arrow slings out of Montana. Quality is SUPERB. Small things such as ensuring burnished / finished ends are inside rather than outward-facing and SNA's use of stainless steel metal grommets on their leather brackets are appreciated. Frankly, I can't recommend them enough. Their Skullworks sling is SWEEEEEET. Website: http://www.snaarchery.com. Travis is on here as Bcstrat...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale_B1 View Post
    Bling Slings by X-Force girl. Marcy makes some very nice ones.
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    If you need several might check out you tube and make your own fairly easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dac View Post
    If you need several might check out you tube and make your own fairly easy.
    tried that, i cant get the braid i want Lol.
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    Have you ever thought about using a finger sling instead of a wrist sling? I switched when I noticed that my wrist sling was affecting my point of impact, depending on where it was contacting my arm. With a finger sling, you can use the same one on multiple bows, and they are really easy to make from a shoe lace or parachord and aquarium tubing. No braiding required, and you can make extras to stick in your case and quiver in case you lose one or decide to share...
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    Quote Originally Posted by okpik View Post
    Have you ever thought about using a finger sling instead of a wrist sling? I switched when I noticed that my wrist sling was affecting my point of impact, depending on where it was contacting my arm. With a finger sling, you can use the same one on multiple bows, and they are really easy to make from a shoe lace or parachord and aquarium tubing. No braiding required, and you can make extras to stick in your case and quiver in case you lose one or decide to share...
    That;s what im switching from Lol i think i shoot better with a wrist sling for some reason.
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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

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    Ridgerunner gets my vote. Jon is a great guy and will make anything you want. He just made this bino sling for me to use for indoor spots.
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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    SNA's are great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by buckman2591 View Post
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    Have bought several from Ridgerunner. He does excellent work and almost makes it not worth doing it yourself for the price. I would highly recommend them. Just check out their website.
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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    Another vote for straight n arrow

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    I just purchased a BlingSling and it is great. Better than the generic one I bought at the proshop. I custom ordered the colors and it is going to look great when I match it with my custom string and cables in the future. There are plenty of vendors on the site that make quality slings, just find the braid/color you want and I think you'll be happy with any of them,.

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    I bought mine from TJ at www.archery-zone.com, ended up going with red and reflective black for my Skullworks DNA.

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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    Another vote for bling slings. They are perfect!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale_B1 View Post
    Bling Slings by X-Force girl. Marcy makes some very nice ones.
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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    Quote Originally Posted by INarcher711 View Post
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    Who makes the "best" for the price wrist slings?

    I buy mine from tjk here on the forums. Very nice quality and fast shipping.
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