GG&G Benelli M4 Ambidextrous Single Point Sling Attachment

The Benelli M4 shotgun is one of the hottest shotguns…

The Benelli M4 shotgun is one of the hottest shotguns in tactical circles. However, many tactical shotgun shooters including the United States Marine Corps, have contacted GG&G and commented that as good as the M4 is, Benelli failed to understand the need of American tactical shooters — a single point sling attachment located just behind the receiver allowing the operator to mount the weapon on either the primary or offside shoulder. To fill this tactical gap, the GG&G team has done it again and is now manufacturing an ambidextrous single point sling attachment for the Benelli M4 Tactical Shotgun. With the GG&G M4 Single Point Sling Attachment, it becomes easier to “cut the pie” at doorways and corners without telegraphing your position and use the M4 in breaching operations.

Designed and manufactured for rugged professional use, the Benelli M4 Single Point Sling Attachment is machined from 4140 ordnance steel and is manganese phosphated matte black per mil-spec. The rectangular slot is fully de-burred to decrease friction between the webbing and the steel sling attachment. The low profile slot will accommodate sling webbing up to 1 ¼” wide. Installation of the attachment does require rear stock removal and re-installation. A special tool, designed, developed and manufactured by GG&G is required for this procedure and is included in the package along with complete instructions. In field tests, installation took between 20 and 30 minutes to complete.

As with all GG&G products, the new Benelli M4 Single Point Sling Attachment (Ambidextrous) is made in America by men and women proud to be Americans. To purchase the Benelli M4 Single Point Sling Attachment, or any of the over 147 innovative, American made GG&G Tactical Accessories, call one of the experienced Product Specialists at 800-380-2540, visit their website or email them at

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  • mike

    Can you use the single point sling attachment on the MR1?