BenchMaster Spotlights the Sniper Seat 360

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posted on June 26, 2014
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BenchMaster, manufacturer of shooting rests and accessories, highlights the Sniper Seat 360: the ultimate shooting solution.

The Sniper Seat 360 is a feature-packed shooting chair that meets the needs of multiple shooting scenarios. The adjustable legs with attachable discs allow for sturdy footing on uneven terrain, while the smooth swiveling seat allows for 360 degrees of rotation. Weighing in at only 25 pounds, and coming standard with backpack straps, carrying the Sniper Seat to and from your location is simple. From the woods to the range, this chair will go anywhere!

Are you a bowhunter? Then the Sniper Seat 360 will meet your ground hunting needs! Easily remove the arms for greater range of motion when ground blind hunting with your favorite vertical bow.

For the shooter that wants something for use with his gun, the Sniper Seat 360 is perfect. The gun rest provides stability for your weapon that will enhance your accuracy while the 360-degree rotation allows for quick target acquisition.

This seat is remarkably comfortable, with reclining foam padded back and 16 by 11 inch foam padded seat, for those long hours on the hunt.

This exceptional seat comes with a five-year warranty and weatherproof, nylon webbing on a powder coated steel frame. That's half a decade in any weather conditions guaranteed without rust or rot! Experience the ultimate shooting solution, and use a Sniper Seat 360 on your next outdoor shooting adventure.

Specs:
MSRP - $129.99
Part # - BMSSSC
Weight - 25.6 lbs
Height - 13" - 17"
Seat Dimensions - 16"x11"

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