To istall your sling, simply place both fabric loop ends over the cams making sure the tubeless loop slides over your top cam and the tubed loop slides over the bottom cam. Now, open up the sling using the slide adjustment buckle to a comforable carry length position. A right handed hunter would place his right arm and shoulder through the open sling, passing over the top of his head, allowing the sling to hang comfortably. Adjust your strap length if necessary.
Take hold of the bow riser handle with your left hand and cant the bow slightly upward 4 - 6 inches, causing the strap near the top cam loop to go slack. Reach forward with your right hand, grasping the thicker piece of black tubing, then push slightly forward, causing the top tubeless fabric loop to fall off the top cam. Move your left hand, still holding the riser forward, and your sling will be free from the bow and fully disengaged. Continue gripping the tubing and pull downward. Now your sling and strap will lay perfectly flat against your chest and you are ready to make a shot. With a few minutes of practice this motion becomes a reflex and takes 2 seconds or less.