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Old 08-20-2013   #1
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Ammo can slings

Anyone have any ammo can slings they want to sell? I know a lot of people complain about them being too tight and impossible to open your ammo can on the river, but I'd still love to have two of them. Let me know if you do, I would like to buy them ASAP. Thanks!

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Old 08-20-2013   #2
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check with

Jan at stitches'n stuff.

She makes bomber ammo can slings and bags will also custom add what ever you ask for

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Old 08-20-2013   #3
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Ya I am just not trying to spend 100 bucks on two. Anyone have any advice on how they rig their ammo cans in cockpit without slings? 4 cams? Any other creative ways to keep them put? I dont have a drop floor so no attaching to the floor either... But like I said, I dont need to get into them during the day, just at night.
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Old 08-22-2013   #4
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Jake at WhiteWaterWorthy can make just about anything you'd like and usually comes with great ideas on rigging.

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Old 08-22-2013   #5
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Jan's stuff (from stitches n' stuff) is always a winner. For those in the Pacific NW -

In the Portland area there is always NW Sewing. She is a good person and a whitewater enthusiast as well. Her slings are ~$45 depending on materials and sizing/design

I had her retrofit my cat floor with some cam straps for extra strength and rigging options and she did it cheap, fast and well.

She also repairs drysuits/tops/pants and tents. I'm in talks with her right now to make a silnylon wing for me.
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I just got a stern bag done by jake at It is awesome, totally custom. He took a lot of time to get it just the way I wanted. I will be going to him for all my stuff.

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