Is Les Tam better than Turner slings and why?
I went with Ron Brown sling because it looked like he stamped lighter than Les Tam does, and for the most part, he did, with a few exceptions, which I'll ask him not to do when I order the next one. My only complaint (and it kept me from ordering one) is that Les Tam thinks that the outline of the stamp needs to be imprinted into the leather as well as the letter/number itself. The stamp is not part of the imprintable image, only the numbers and letters on the stamp are. The tool isn't supposed to be hit so hard that the tool makes an impression into the work. I have Turner Slings and they are decent. Upon receiving the Ron Brown sling, I can see it's a much better quality product, and much heavier/thicker. I wonder if that might be too much of a good thing and could actually get in the way of my shooting it's so sturdy. Only time and use will tell. Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing.Being as we are talking slings and comparables, how does a Ron Brown sling stack up to a Les Tam?