Browning MOA Shooting Bags

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posted on May 16, 2012
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Included in the line of shooting bags is the MOA Two-Piece Rest, MOA Window Mount Shooting Rest and the MOA Utility Shooting Rest.

All three bags in the MOA Shooting Rest line are made from ballistic nylon and feature a rubberized top and bottom to help keep the firearm and the bag in place. The bags are filled with polymer pellets for easy repositioning and provide a solid rest.

The MOA Two-Piece Shooting Rest includes two shooting rests for the perfect toe and heel rest configuration for bench shooting. The attached D-ring and snap hook keep the bags together for easy storage.

For a stable rest in a shooting house or on a treestand railing, the MOA Window Mount Shooting Rest has a v-shaped design to give a solid shooting platform in hunting situations.

The large size of the MOA Utility Shooting Rest makes for a great one bag shooting platform. The size of the rest also works well for shooting handguns.

MSRP for the MOA Two-Piece Shooting Rest $49.99MSRP for the MOA Window Mount Shooting Rest $39.99MSRP for the MOA Utility Rest $39.99

Please visit www.browning.com for more information about Browning products.

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