Frequently Asked Questions


The Sling Saddle was created to make it easier for you to carry your Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloader, etc. while hunting with a sling. It prevents the rifle sling from sliding off your shoulder and secures your gun at your hip, which delivers a hands-free experience.

The Sling Saddle shoulder clip & waist pouch frees up your hands and delivers the hands free hunting experiences you've always wanted.

Following the instructions below will help to ensure you have the best possible experience when using the Sling Saddle. Below you will find details on how to properly use and setup your packs.

The Universal Sling Saddle

Universal Sling Saddle with Pack Adapter and Shoulder Clip

Comfort is Important

Universal  Shoulder Clip, Sling Saddle, Creed Outdoors

The Sling Saddle Shoulder Clip was created to help keep you comfortable in the field. Its primary purpose is to prevent your rifle sling from sliding off of your shoulder. When clipping the shoulder clip onto your backpack strap or Bino-Harness shoulder strap its important to remember to place it where it feels most comfortable for you.  It is recommended to wear the shoulder clip on our upper chest area an inch or more below your collar bone.  

Caution: Placing the shoulder clip too high on your strap could become uncomfortable for you after a long period of time.

Why do I need the clip on my waist?

Sling Saddle, Universal Pack Adapter Belt clip, sling hook

The Universal Sling Saddle attaches to your waist as a second contact point for your rifle sling. It secures your rifle where you want it and prevents it from swinging around.

Many hunters often hold their sling at their waist because of the constant movement that occurs while hiking.

The universal waist clip can easiliy attach directly onto your belt or onto your backpack waist strap and hooks onto your sling. It secures your gun at your side while still keeping your gun readily available at all times.

Using the Pack Adapter

How to install the Sling Saddle Pack Adapter



The Belt clip comes pre-installed on the pack adapter. You can easily change it from left or right side carry on your pack by sliding it on or off for your preferred side of carry. The belt clip should oriented so that the clip hook is pointed towards your back. 


Attaching to your belt

Installing the Sling Saddle on your belt



You need to decide if you'd prefer the belt   unit on your left or right side. Then slide it   onto your belt with the spring side first. You   will want the belt unit near or before your belt   loop on your hip.




Using the Sling Saddle 

Universal Sling Saddle Hands Free
Place your sling over your shoulder and slip it into the shoulder clip.
Slide your hand down the strap of your sling until you reach your Belt Unit.
On your Belt Unit, pull out the spring-loaded clip and secure your rifle sling. This will keep your rifle secure on your shoulder and at your waist, accessible when you are ready to use it.
    With the Sling Saddle, you have the freedom to use your hands without worrying about your rifle. Whether moving through rough terrain or climbing over deadfall, you won’t regret having it with you on your next hunt.

     Get out there and use it!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The Sling Saddle works best, when used. Don't forget to bring it with you on your next hunt. You'll regret it when you're fighting with your sling that keeps sliding off your shoulder.

    Moving thought steep terrain, climbing over deadfall, moving through thick brush, etc.  You wont regret having your sling saddle with you on your next hunting trip.

    The Sling Saddle has improved our hunting experiences and we are way more comfortable in the field because of it. leave your Sling Saddle Shoulder Clip and Pouch with your hunting gear at all times. When you know you are going to be carrying a gun with a sling, your Sling Saddle should always be with you.

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