So my father in law gave me an awesome gift a while back - a Remington 870 Express Super Magnum. The gun belonged to my late brother in law, he found it while going through some of his things. This was their factory camo Turkey gun with a woodland realtree camo job, 24" barrel with chokes. In addition to the long barrel, my bro in law picked up an 18" cylinder bore barrel with a forward rifle sight (wish there was a rear ghost ring or notch sight to match up to it) and a magazine extension tube (Chote, I think) and spring. The gun was wearing a cheap leather and nylon sling (with camo shoulder pad) when I got it - attached to the swivel stud on the front of the standard mag tube cap and the butt stock stud. Been wanting to pick up another shotgun - so this was a really cool gift. Anywho - I installed the extension tube and shorter barrel - but there's no solid way to attach a two point sling to this shotgun now. I'd like to get another bungee sling like I've got on my AR's - I can make or buy an adapter cuff to attach to the pistol grip portion of the stock, but there's no forward sling attachment point. I've looked at a few different options out there - Wilson Combat, Magpul, and others make a thin plate that fits between the standard mag tube and the extension that provides an attachment point to clip a sling onto - though some don't look like they'll fit an HK type hook like I prefer on my slings - I've also seen some clamp on devices that attach to the magazine tube and provide pic rails, to which I could attach a Magpul RSA like I have on my rifles. My other thought was to ghetto something out of paracord to attach a sling too, but don't see it as a viable option really - I can see the paracord getting frayed, cut, or melted if I wind up running a lot of rounds through the gun in one session. I'd love to see your guys solution to attaching a sling to such a beast.