Seen in another thread, this caught my attention:
One of the two reasons I prefer the VCAS over the VTAC is that with a bit of patience on the front mounting position I can use the front loop as a Rhodesian setup. I have been doing it for years before I even knew the term. It is very positive, and just as quick as a Ching without all the extra loops and studs.
I've seen others reference doing this with the VCAS (Magpul MS1, too), but never have heard it said that it was as fast for them as a Ching sling.
I'm in the process of putting together a web store for a VTAC/Ching related design of my own, so I'd be very interested in hearing more about the setup involved in getting the VCAS put together as a rhodesian rig that works that fast. I want to know as much as possible about how people use other loop slings before I start telling everyone mine's better.
I'd appreciate anyone's input on their experience with loop slings in the real world, particularly tactical slings that pull double duty with some sort of improvised loop. How many actually practice with and use a loop sling?