Edgewood Minigater Rear Shooting Rest Bag Tall with Slick Material Regular Ears and Regular Stitch Width and Grab Handle Leather and Nylon Unfilled

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$209.99
MSRP: $216.50
Made in USA

Product Overview

F-Class, or "Belly Benchrest" is quickly gaining popularity in long range rifle competition. Edgewood has designed the ultimate rear bag for the F-Class shooter, the Minigater with Grab Handle. The stiff handle makes the bag a lot easier to carry to the firing line, and the larger footprint of the bag base makes the bag more stable for shooting off the ground. These bags are also great for varmint hunters who move to new firing points frequently. The bag-portion of the bag is the same size as the Minigater, but the base extends to form a carry handle. It also features slick leather ears for an excellent grip. Stitch Width refers to how far apart the "ears" of the bag are stitched to the bag body. 100% Made in the U.S.A., these bags are beautifully crafted in Edgewood, New Mexico.

Made In United States of America
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DOT- Regulated Yes
Carrier Restrictions
  • Cannot ship via air
  • Cannot ship via USPS
  • Cannot ship to PO Box
  • Must ship to Contiguous US
HazMat Product Yes

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