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Thread: Rear bags

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    Rear bags

    Hey what is everyone using for portable field shooting etc?

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    I use a Day bag or coat.

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    Cheers guys was looking at the tab rear bags or the nz made neltech ones like this
    NELTEC Shooting Support R.O.M Bag | Trade Me

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    I use this

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    Its advantages are.
    I sort of have to carry it anyway and it takes up no room in my pack.
    Pretty much infinitely adjustable.

    Dis dis advantages are.

    Some times it has a pulse, re position hand so it doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I use this

    Attachment 22326

    Its advantages are.
    I sort of have to carry it anyway and it takes up no room in my pack.
    Pretty much infinitely adjustable.

    Dis dis advantages are.

    Some times it has a pulse, re position hand so it doesn't.


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    You may laugh
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    I don't doubt ya looks like what I use at the moment was hoping to improve on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimp View Post
    Where did you get this @gimp ?? Any NZ Based suppliers with these ??

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    vertebrae.no

    tell them you're a New Zealander for a discount of some sort. ( -VAT perhaps)

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    Quote Originally Posted by camo wsm View Post
    I don't doubt ya looks like what I use at the moment was hoping to improve on it
    You could paint your nails
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    Haha yeah that would probably worry my mates I hunt with just slightly
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I use this

    Attachment 22326
    Working with steel as you do, I would have thought your fist would look more like a boned ham than it does VC. Looks quite small in contrast to what I had thought.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Working with steel as you do, I would have thought your fist would look more like a boned ham than it does VC. Looks quite small in contrast to what I had thought.
    Dont/cant legally, actually do anything physical at work these days Rushy. Im wasting away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I use this

    Attachment 22326

    Its advantages are.
    I sort of have to carry it anyway and it takes up no room in my pack.
    Pretty much infinitely adjustable.

    Dis dis advantages are.

    Some times it has a pulse, re position hand so it doesn't.
    epic lololol you are a funny bastardo alright VC

 

 

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