Benchmaster® Bison Bag Rifle Rest

Item # WX2-207692

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Shooting endurance and strength! Magnificent Benchmaster® Bison Bag Rifle Rest, PRICED RIGHT!

The American Bison, a symbol of the American frontier spirit. And much like that spirit, these Bison Bags are made to endure. Top-quality Bison leather has a distinctive grain that varies throughout the skin, making each bag unique while gaining more beauty with each year of age. Withstands cuts and punctures during your time at the range, and forms to the shape designed without damaging your stock.

Stands the test of time:
  • Finest top grain Bison leather for long-lasting durability
  • Vegetable-tanned skin is non-corrosive to keep your gun's metal finish safe
  • Double stitching helps prevent leaks
  • Anti-skid bottom, waterproof construction resists mold. Includes easy-pour spout for replacement filling.

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. 

  • Small 7 x 3 x 3"h.
  • Medium 9 x 7 x 4"h.
  • Large 12 x 9 x 5"h.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 stars
(3) 1-3 of 3 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    Will work fine. Have not filled yet but well built
  2. 4 stars
    These are made of high-quality material and seem very durable, but very expensive.
  3. 4 stars
    Nice rest. I bought the small one. The buffalo is excellent. A few things: The site says Factory filled with sand. There's never been any sand in it. The site dimensions are odd and the small is different than the stated dimensions. It's not 5" high, the large is only 3" high? There are no instructions on how/what to fill it with. The idea of sand near my rifles bugs me. You could use shot or BB's. Or a dense DRY item like dry brown rice or dried lentils.
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