I came up with a couple that I really like. It has always bugged me how the bags slide on themselves so easily. Not great for stability. I played with the fill and the shape quite a bit to keep it light and squeezable, yet solid as heck.
10 4 send me a PM subject line “bag” so I remember. I’ll get some more info from you through pm. A big part of keeping a bag really solid is the height which varies depending on the bipod height you typically use and the stock you use. You can squeeze it a ton to make it taller but there is a sweet spot of fill/size/height where it’s very solid and takes just a little pressure from your hand to get on target. Obviously it won’t always be that way but for your typical flat ground shooting it can be.
Thanks I appreciate it. Yea I started out just trying to make something I liked. Now that I’ve found it hoping others will like it as much. Going to sell a few and get some feedback and take it from there. I have some ideas to try out to make it more versatile as well.
Not exactly sure yet I am thinking as an intro $35 for standard size or $45 for custom size. The idea is to get the height correct so that when you are in your typical shooting position the bag is compressed down and you only need to squeeze a little bit to get on target. Obviously it won't always be this way depending on your position but most of us have a favorite position for load development or just everyday shooting drills or groups.
The standard bag compresses down to about 4.25-4.75 inches on the tall side and 2.25-2.75 inches on the short side. Set up to your rifle and figure out what height under the stock would put your POA just above your typical target. THat way you have room for a little squeeze to bring POA down to target. If you need a custom size it should be fairly easy as long as it is in the general area of standard. If it is something really tall I would prob need to play with it a little to make sure it comes out as stable as I have this one. PM me if you want to get on the list for one. Should be able to ship them out next week if all materials come in on time.
These are way cooler. Be cool. Buy an ELR Mini
It doesn’t look much different but the fill is much different. Everyone is going to fill that “flows” better for comps. Well flowing makes is squeeze fast but also makes it slippery as hell and hard to hold steady. I went the opposite direction. Mine are still very squeezable, especially once you get the hang of it, and extremely stable once you drop the stock in.
For sure. I am in the process of getting pics to add a QD attachment or a loop attachment to the website. QD attachment will prob be $15 more with the QD sewn on. If you want anything custom before it's on the site just PM me, email me, or go ahead and order and put your request into the order notes. I will be fair on any extra pricing. I can do a loop on the corner or longer webbing at no extra cost. firstname.lastname@example.org.