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Thread: Bench or Prone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    A good rear bag is huge. A bad one is worthless. We run a Heavy & Hard leather target rear bag for shooting groups, and a medium/softer bag for running shots down range.
    Switching to a protektor leather bag with heavy chromite sand has been a tremendous improvement over my cheap fabric bags. I even baby powder the leather a bit to allow the stock to slide nicely in the ears.
    Last edited by B52U; 12-06-18 at 13:43.

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    Bullsbag in the front, rabbit ear protektor in the rear. If I do use a bipod which is rare I have a 1/2 rubber pad I put under its hard feet that makes huge difference shooting off the bench.
    Last edited by Kansaswoodguy; 12-06-18 at 16:38. Reason: Spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by B52U View Post
    Switching to a protektor leather bag with heavy chromite sand has been a tremendous improvement over my cheap fabric bags. I even baby powder the leather a bit to allow the stock to slide nicely in the ears.
    I used to do that shooting benchrest with the Thompson Center .22 pistol. If you didn't, the gun would torque on the bag, caused 1/8"-3/16" deviation at 25
    GET IN YOUR BUBBLE!

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