Rear bag for ai at

Oct 15, 2012
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What rear bags do you recomend for an accuracy international at stock? With such a gracious cut out it gives you little room to rest a bag and I wanted to get some opinions if there are better options than just the traditional square bags?

Anyone using larger pillows or something similar?
 

OzTRG

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Feb 14, 2017
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Wiebad mini tac pad works for me with my AT, if I am not rushing into position an Armageddon “the brick” grippy rear bag works too.
 

Nik H

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Traust or the square part of the two piece Reasor Clutch. I love the Reasor because of how dense the fill is. Will also be trying the new mini gamechanger
 

tex68w

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I used a Tab Gear Str8laced UL rear bag for my 2012 AX which has the same rear folding stock as the AT. I never felt that I needed anything more. I plan to use it in conjunction with my Wiebad Pump Pillow next year on the new AX I have coming.
 

IronOperator87

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Jul 22, 2018
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Went trough about 3 rear bags until I finally listened to Frank and got the Tab gear rear bag, the vertical strap is nice to move the bag around and help hold it in place while you hold your buttstock in place with your thumb and forefinger. Bag is backwards in pic. D565ABF9-3A74-4E03-A332-43258C0DCC43.jpeg
 
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hypno02

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Rifles only. Still the best rear bag I've ver seen--bar none.

(full disclosure I do indeed shoot an AIAT) But it works great on all of my AR's and the bolt action's in my safe that only see sunlight about twice a year.
 

Sogan

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Jun 11, 2013
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I used a Tab Gear Str8laced UL rear bag for my 2012 AX which has the same rear folding stock as the AT. I never felt that I needed anything more. I plan to use it in conjunction with my Wiebad Pump Pillow next year on the new AX I have coming.
I loved my str8laced when it was brand new but less than a year later and it’s so broken down it feels like there is no filling left. Doesn’t really work anymore for me
 
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I use my Tacky Sack from www.thunderbirdlongrange.com. Very versatile and you can really lock the rear of the rifle down with most prone shots. I have a little brick sized bag I like to use when I can get really low. Here is a review of it, the first part shows it being used on barricades.

 

Rangemaster

Step back behind the LINE
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What rear bags do you recomend for an accuracy international at stock? With such a gracious cut out it gives you little room to rest a bag and I wanted to get some opinions if there are better options than just the traditional square bags?

Anyone using larger pillows or something similar?
I use a clamshell fortune cookie bag for my rear ai at.