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Shooters Ridge Gorilla Range Bag

Item # 413200
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Key Features

  • reduces recoil when used in the "X" position

  • Handy carrying strap

  • Use in a variety of shapes and configurations


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Our Price   $69.99

Availability: Backordered
Expected back in stock 08/20/2015

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Product Description
The ideal accessory for the serious shooter. Able to be used in a variety of shapes and configurations, the Gorilla Bag is a solid shooting rest that actually grips your gun while you're sighting-in. The Gorilla also reduces recoil when used in the "X" position. For a solid shooting platform, unzip the bag and roll it out. Handy carrying strap for easy transport to and from the range or the field.

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Shooter's RidgeShooters Ridge Gorilla Range Bag
 
5.0

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5.0

Gorilla Range Bag a brute!

By Hooperman

from Benton, AR

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Pros

  • Heavy and grips gun good

Cons

  • Cumbersome to adjust

Best Uses

  • Target Practice

Comments about Shooter's Ridge Shooters Ridge Gorilla Range Bag:

Bag is very handy. It is a little hard to get it adjusted so you can be comfortable. You will definitely need a bag or towel under the buttstock to use the bag to it's best potential.

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