Vero Vellini Introduces Its Premium Line Of Leather Rifle Slings

Steve Johnson

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MOORESTOWN, NJ (January 18, 2011) - Continuing its legacy of providing the finest slings in the world, Vero Vellini is pleased to announce the availability of its new line of Premium Leather Rifle Slings. Crafted from the finest full-grain leather and Air Cushion neoprene, the new Vero Vellini Premium Leather Rifle Slings provide the look and feel of absolute luxury combined with unparalleled performance and durability.

While the topside of the new slings sport elegant leather, it is the no-slip neoprene bottom that creates a sure grip in all weather conditions and provides unprecedented comfort for long days in the field. Quick-release straps on the slings allow for easy on and off changing from one firearm to another (QD swivels sold separately). There are three sling styles in the Premium Leather Rifle Sling line: wide, narrow and padded. Each of these top-grade brown leather slings would become the perfect accessory for any hunting rifle.

The Premium Leather Rifle Slings are available for retail prices of $139.99 for the wide and narrow slings, and $169.99 for the padded sling at select retailers nationwide or online at

Vero Vellini has been the acknowledged leader in comfortable, handcrafted gun slings. For nearly two decades, the company has been crafting these beautifully detailed and highly durable slings in Germany. Vero Vellini created the Air Cushion concept, which sandwiches neoprene and other natural and synthetic material to create an almost weightless feeling when carrying a firearm. The company also boasts the most slip-proof sling available from the use of a unique, highly durable rubber backing. Vero Vellini also manufactures fast-access cartridge cases and straps for binoculars and cameras. For more information on Vero Vellini, contact: Pioneer Research, 97 Foster Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057; call 800-257-7742; or visit

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