Foxer604: There are some glue products you can use instead of the usual 'sticky' stuff much of the velcro is shipped with that will not have that problem and still can be removed when it's time to swap out the velcro for new stuff.
1975acidburn: Slugs, buckshot and it hasn't moved from position at all
1975acidburn: I use industrial Velcro and it works, shoot slugs
COMB0RICO: Interesting music.
Mike Kollross: Check out James Yeagers video on using Velcro to attach a side saddle. Works for him.
Theshooter1614: what is the product number of the slings?
dwmcdaniel13: dont see the point of putting the sling like that do u wear it like a neckace?
Julian Brown: @watersniper Velcro!?!? really ??? ...C'mon MAN!?!?!? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot are you going to put velcro on a tac-shot , or anything thats not airsoft or BB?!?!?
Side saddle is designed to attach to pre-existing hardware, or plate screws of your specific Model,also most come with hardware that replaces screws or bolts on firearm. make sure you buy the right one....
Velcro ?!? Really?!?!....VELCRO ?!?!? why not superglue ?!? or perhaps duct tape ?!?
Josh Goodwin: I too use the Velcro to attach side saddles. Be advised the Velcro glue will melt and give way if the shotty is left in a hot vehicle for extended periods. Also gets brittle and comes off if submitted to prolonged freezing... Say if it were stored in a patrol vehicle for long periods. Otherwise it's great!
nickizcool20: @atlharp1 you know black hawk has a stock that can carry a cheek plate, and a saddle on the other side, and you can use that space where the saddle is now and put a rail system on it!
Andrew Layton: In installing the side saddles I would recommend using industrial strength velcro (under $10 at WalMart). I did this a while back with my 870 and love it. The stuff stays put so much that you can pick up your shotgun by the side saddle. Nice shotty's!
vetryder: Good looking boom sticks.
darque29: Nice video and nice shotguns.
Inexpensive tactical shotgun upgrades - Remington 870 / Mossberg 5005
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