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Crocodile Rifle Sling

C$137.00

Our distinctive handcrafted African Crocodile skin rifle slings are made in South Africa from prime farm raised Nile crocodiles. Each alluring rifle sling is expertly produced using the highest quality crocodile leather. The skin is obtained from legally farmed crocodiles in South Africa and is perfectly legal under the CITES classification for “personal use”.

Design Inspiration from Nature – Crocodile Skin for a Better Hunt 

At UbuntuTransact, we commit ourselves to producing stellar crocodile leather gun slings, with functional, nature inspired designs intended for day-by-day hunting. A genuine Crocodile leather hide is one of the toughest and most dense materials available for leather crafting, and making exotic rifle slings.  

Unleash the REAL hunter in you. Take your preys down with this crocodile rifle sling. How, You ask? - in Africa, as crocodiles grow, their skin becomes increasingly thick, thus making them an excellent predator in the wild with few rivals, especially within rivers and streams. They are lightning-fast, instinctual to attack, and can sense movement in the water with their acutely tuned senses.

A Rifle Sling Like No Other

Can you feel the Crocodile?. You can with a gun sling like no other. With their intrinsic value as nature’s most beautiful leather, crocodile rifle slings are demanded by many of today’s top hunters and hunting enthusiasts. The end result is a rifle sling that is exotic, coupled with a design that is synonymous with the African bush  Each will instantly appeal to the gun enthusiast.  

MAIN FEATURES:

  • Authentic Nile crocodile skin with magnificent hornback (raised scale area) detail.
DESCRIPTION: Available in Black, Brown or Tan - A magnificent rifle sling that is hand produced in Africa from dazzling genuine Crocodile Skin with suede padding for comfort.

Approx Dimensions:
34 to 35 inches long

2 to 2 ½ wide at widest

About Nile Crocodiles: They live in South Africa and throughout the sub-Saharan region of Africa, the Nile Basin, and Madagascar in rivers, freshwater marshes, and mangrove swamps. The diet of the Nile crocodile is mainly fish, but it will attack almost anything unfortunate enough to cross its path, including zebras, small hippos, porcupines, birds, and other crocodiles.

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