View Full Version : Gear Sector GS-2P Preview

26 September 2007, 19:34
I wrote up a review on the preproduction GS-2P based off my past few days of T&E. While the picture in the review isn't very good, it gives you an idea of its setup. I'll get more pictures of it up a little later.

So far, I'm pretty happy with both the concept, and execution of this sling. Let me know if you have any questions or what your thoughts are on it.

The review can be found at the below link.


Todd Kramer
26 September 2007, 20:03
I am VERY excited to see this. I almost sent Jason and IM today asking about this very product. Now I see that it is close. Looks fantastic.

26 September 2007, 20:15
Im using this sling in a class this weekend and in Jan in a nice big facility in NC, will give a initial review after the class the 29th and a nice 5 day use review after mid Jan.

Many thanks to Jason for getting the sling out fast!

26 September 2007, 20:35
Its built just as good as the single point sling.
I sent Jason my review and I'm waiting to hear what he has to say about it.

26 September 2007, 21:37

Could you do a comparison with this sling and the Blue Force/Vickers 2 point.
I have neither, have been pondering a 2-point, and the modularity of the GS slings is a significant plus.


27 September 2007, 11:02
Both slings are going about adjustable two point management in different ways, so I think many people would find it a "Ford vs Chevy" debate.

Speaking of modular, this pictures shows the various attachments available (in Foliage Green).


27 September 2007, 11:33
OKay, so where /when can we buy; and how much?

27 September 2007, 19:34
OKay, so where /when can we buy; and how much?

I'm betting they will be on Gear Sectors website when available.
The price on them from what Jason told me was lower then I had expected.
He doesn't have the price nailed down yet, just a ball park figure.

Gear Sector
27 September 2007, 19:51
Our GEAR SECTOR™ | GS-2P™ is currently in testing and evaluation. Assuming no changes are warranted post evaluation, we are shooting for late October release.

They will be available here on Weapon Evolution as well as directly from our website ( www.gearsector.com ).

MSRP has not yet been determined. We are hoping to keep it aroud the $40 dollar mark.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to let me know. [:)]

30 September 2007, 21:13
Here the GS-2P is on a basic no-frills carbine I was playing around with today.