We’re GatMonkey, and we believe that rifle slings aren’t some unsolved mystery. So much gear exists on the market today that over-complicates a simple problem, and the rifle sling is as old as the rifle itself. Every rifle sling that GatMonkey produces is made to be durable, functional, and long-lasting. We use high-quality components in slings, because they hold high-quality rifles. Soft enough to be comfortable, but durable enough to hold up to your abuse. Flexible enough to work around your gear, but sturdy enough to provide you with the support you need. And of course, they always look good enough to turn heads at the range. What else could you want out of a rifle sling?
We pride ourselves on having the most unique collection of custom rifle slings on the market. From camo rifle slings to backpacking rifle slings to fun patterns, custom rifle slings are GatMonkey’s bread-n-butter. If you have an idea for a custom rifle sling, we would love to hear it from you! In fact, if you provide your own artwork, we’ll even do a custom rifle sling batch just for you (minimum order quantities apply for all custom sling orders).
Every outdoorsman has at one time needed a backpacking rifle sling that is both durable and resilient, but also light and small enough to stay out of the way. GatMonkey makes the most durable custom rifle slings patterns to blend into whatever environment you need a backpack style rifle sling for.
Long treks in the wilderness frequently encounter tough conditions and rough terrain. But even light wear repeated over time can wear at the best materials (look at the Grand Canyon). That’s why we use the most durable nylon, steel, and polyester; so your backpacking rifle sling can stand up to whatever you throw at it. Backed by our lifetime guarantee.
One inch wide rifle slings are for those who want the most versatility out of their gear, and that’s why GatMonkey makes all of it’s custom rifle slings 1 inch wide. Why are one inch rifle slings so versatile? Because of their flexibility. One inch wide slings for rifles allow the user to use the sling as a makeshift support structure, helping them make more accurate shots when it really counts.
It’s no secret that today’s rifleman is looking for modularity. With the enormous aftermarket that exists around today’s firearms, we offer our rifle slings without swivels because it allows every end-user to make the right choice for them. While we also offer QD swivels over in our Sling Hardware, by default we offer rifle slings without swivels because we want you to make the right choice for you and your sling, not what we decide it should be.