Creedmoor Sports has expanded its range of competition shooting gear to include support bags for PRS and NRL matches. This new product range includes four different models. Let’s take a look at the various options.
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The Huggie forend bag retails for $79.95. It straps around the front of the rifle to act as a rest for situations where a bipod won’t work. The Wingman bag is priced at $89.95. It is intended to fill the gap between the armpit and leg, but can also work as a rear bag. Coming in at $99.95, the Freezer bag is the most expensive of the lot. At 8.5″x11.5″x16″, it is the largest of the bunch, and it primarily supports the shooter’s body when shooting from awkward PRS props. Finally, the Doorstop tripod bag attaches to the stock of the rifle and sits in between the stock and the leg of a tripod. It costs $39.95.
An optional bungee lanyard can be added to all bags except the Doorstop (which remains attached to the stock). Shooters also can select black or coyote colorways. All four of the bags are made in the USA, and are available for order now. Check them out at Creedmoor Sports.
From the manufacturer:
With the increasing popularity of Precision Rifle Series and National Rifle League competitions, Creedmoor Sports is introducing a new line of support equipment. These products are made in the USA at Creedmoor Sports’ Alabama headquarters.
These products were designed and tested utilizing the soft goods knowledge gained over 40 years of building products for Highpower, Smallbore, Long Range, F-Class, and Air Rifle competitors and offer the same outstanding quality that Creedmoor Sports in known for.
·Constructed of 600 Denier, vinyl backed Cordura Nylon
·SpexLite light weight filler
·Slip resistant MegaGrip Rubber (Select Models)
·Available in black and coyote
·Made in the USA
All images via Creedmoor Sports.
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