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Andy’s Leather Offers Special 2022 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits Sale

Visit and use code “NRA” at checkout for a 15 percent discount on many items from May 27 to June 4, 2022.

Andy’s Leather, purveyor of fine leatherwork for rifles, Scout rifle slings, and accessories, is pleased to announce a special 2022 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits Sale on rifle slings, ammo cuffs, and so much more. Andy has set aside a special selection of items that are dedicated for this sale and discounted. Visit and use code “NRA” at checkout for a 15 percent discount on many items from May 27 to June 4, 2022.

Andy’s Leather has been in business for nearly 30 years and has exhibited at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, the SHOT Show, and other venues. Andy’s Leather features 100 percent American-made products by its sole proprietor and founder, Andy Langlois. Handcrafted in North Carolina, Langlois uses high-end bridle leather and solid brass hardware in his designs, including the very popular Rhodesian™ Sling. The Rhodesian sling is a two-point sling designed for the Scout Rifle, featuring a forward loop. It acts as both a shooting support, as well as a carry strap. While designed for the Scout Rifle, it will also work on any rifle that has the standard sling mounts (Uncle Mike’s style studs). Aside from slings, Andy’s Leather offers a selection of accessories, from swivels for slings to ammo cuffs, replacement screws, magazine slam pads/bumper pads, mag pouches, belts, coasters, and custom secret menu items.

Andy’s Leather’s fine products are featured in catalogs such as Brownells®, and his slings are in stock at  Big Horn ArmoryGunsite Academy, and Skinner Sights, as well overseas at A.H. Larsen (Denmark). Learn more about Andy’s Leather in the May 8, 2022 article “Tips & Techniques: Sling Up Tight for Stable Shooting” by Matt Robertson for American Rifleman.

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