Jack Pyke Rhino Rifle Rest
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- Last updated: 20/09/2018
There’s a time to go for maximum performance from the equipment, when setting up the zero for example, and anything that can assist the process has to be welcomed. A bench or range bag is a big asset, and the Rhino Rifle Rest bag from Jack Pyke is a great little accessory, that’s both inexpensive, and highly versatile.
Supplied in flat-pack form, the bags first need to be filled, and the filling medium can be sand, foam beads or indeed anything deemed suitable. Sand is heaviest but split peas or rice work equally well. The Rhino design sees three separate bags connected by material, and each bag first needs to be filled. The filling tubes are annoyingly small, but once a small funnel has been inserted, it’s a relatively easy process. Once each bag is filled to achieve the full shape, the filling tubes are tucked away, and the action can start. Velcro straps allow for all three bags to be joined, or they can be laid in a different configuration to suit.
Made from 600D cordura, it all feels strong and durable, and with a suede finish to the middle section, there’s some grip and comfort built in. Stability is the name of the game, and once properly set up, these bags provide rock steady support.
A neat and surprisingly versatile product, that can transform range time.