In order to attach a sling, the first method was: get a Midwest Industries Picatinny-hootchie-grabber with a stud, and attach to that a removable Uncle Mike’s sling-a-ling doohickey.
Pictures are better over words.
As you can see it’s a bit of a danglegoober and perhaps not the quietest Blingclanker on the rail – plus the swinging swivel can move around, especially if it’s hanging off the bottom…so that’s OK, if you like that kinda thing.
Thanks to Haji I learned of a better solution. It’s this little solid and very quiet no-rattle mount from Ace, Ltd. And besides all the cool-kids are hanging it off the side rail instead of the bottom, it’s not for rolling-into a tight sling-position like a High-Power match.
With the little Zombieblaster the sling is for hanging the thing around your neck and being able to draw your side-arm without dropping everything or getting fearsomely entangled in gearstrappages.
Just slide it along to any point, insert the securing cross-bolt and crank ‘er down. Loctite is your friend always.
So that’s my backup plan if and when I get entangled in straps and things.
Next up is some kind of flashlight zim-zim farnawanger.