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Jack Pyke Rifle Rest Set

Jack Pyke Rifle Rest Set

Shooting bags come in many formats but for rested target practice, when shooting off a raised flat surface, such as a shooting table/ bench, a pair of shooting bags that cater for the rifle to be stabilised at the rear and front are the optimum choice. In that respect, The Jack Pyke Rifle Rest Set follow the familiar format of one bag being larger than the other. The largest is the forend support, while the smaller is for rear support placed under the butt of the rifle.

Manufactured using 600D Cordura and suede upper patches for the cradle area, all seams are internally double stitched and bonded to ensure strength.

They come ‘flat-packed’, meaning that you need to fill them with sand or very small poly balls. They’re filled via a very heavy-duty Velcro fasten funnel-like opening on the underside, which when closed, is designed so that it can be flattened, to be tucked under a heavy-duty webbing strap for extra security. This also ensures a neat flat underside, so that the bags are as stable as possible. A very strong ABS ‘carabiner’ clip allows the bags to be kept together when not in use, plus there’s a carry strap.

The rear bag measures approximately 5 x 4½ x 5-inches and the front 9 x 4 x 7-inches when filled. The rear has a very deep and suitably wide ‘V’ section formed in the top for the butt of your rifle, while the front, has a very comfortable, non-scratch suede upper. In use, it’s much tougher than it looks, yet is soft to the touch; so, your rifle’s woodwork isn’t in danger of getting scratched as you adjust it on the bags when shooting off them.


  • Name: Jack Pyke Rifle Rest Set
  • Colour: English Oak and English Woodland
  • Price: SRP £22.95
  • Contact : Jack Pyke of England www.jackpyke.co.uk


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