Soviet AK-47 sling, leather, surplus
How about a leather AKM sling? Yes, these are made in the bad old USSR, and are not some Bulgarian lookalikes. Availability is limited, naturally. Get yourself a proper relic!
The Russians have been making their weapon slings mostly of cotton for ages. In the 50's they decided to modernize the sling material... to leather. This era of decadency lasted for only a short time and they resumed making slings of cotton. Both model slings have probably been made side by side, but the leather ones haven't been made in great numbers. That's why they command a considerable value among collectors. The leather sling may also have been navy and naval infantry issue, go figure.
This is a 3 cm wide very leather sling with a metal adjustment buckle and metal hook on the front end. You run the sling through the rear sling loop and then attach the hook to the front sling loop. Fits all Kalashnikovs and many other small arms.
Genuine Soviet artifact
Stored for a long time but usually unissued. However we can't promise this - some may be just a tiny bit used, we won't pick. The age of these things shows, you better clean it up and apply some grease, but the sling is completely usable. These do not always have stamps or they are unclear.
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Jett H. 16.02.2020