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Ezfield rifle rest and jacket (new product)

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ratman60, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. ratman60

    ratman60 Very Active

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    hello, to follow on from bens thread (d900man) re the rifle rest and seeing the kit sold by a new company Ezfield, so i looked at the web site to see if would be ideal for my night rabbit hunting with n/v as not being so abled these days like many find carrying a rifle plus night vision/ walking over many fields/styles with bipod for 2 to 3 hours, more in summer, an evening gets my arms/ shoulders achy. anyway i thought it was about time i got me a new jacket so i could throw out my worn old waxy one. this is a jack pike hunters camo jacket not the best but very well made and a fair price looking on net between £75/£85. and would be good for spring trouty fishing to. so looking at the rifle rest kit that comes with jacket i thought was a good deal. so arrived today and spent a few hours sorting out how much underclothes needed to fit ok (small size jacket) the collars a bit high and not sure on zip out seat but hey nothings perfect. so this rest kit comes with a yoke extendable pole/ sturdy brace belt for lower fixing and 2 intergrated rings on jacket for top fixing (very strong) and i am pleased it works well but i did find shooting right shoulder was better for both top straps in left hand ring but most use both. so out with the hand bipod and will try out soon. oh just a thought it does look a bit strange this pole sticking out from your nether regions so carefull if you shoot near houses as if someone looked out on a moonlight night that pole might be misconstruded :rolleyes::D
     
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    Glad you got one mate. Post some pics of the kit on if you can.
     
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    hello, sorry i am not very techy on doing photos on here, is there an easy way? thanks for the heads up on this though,
     
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