Pro Series Folding Shooting Mats from MidwayUSA

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posted on May 5, 2016
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When shooting at the prone position, the ground or a thin mat can really shorten practice time. Your focus should be on the target, not what is poking into your belly. A sturdy shooting mat can be a solution to this problem, and why not look to the store that has “Just About Everything for Shooting, Hunting and the Outdoors?”

MidwayUSA’s Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat is comfortable, reliable, durable and supportive. The Olive Drab mat is made with 1,000D Cordura Nylon and the Multicam is constructed with 600D Multicam. Both styles feature a hi-density EVA foam core and have a sewn-on handle for easy transport.

The mat folds to a size of 19 inches long and 1.6 inches thick. This saves room in homes, garages and trucks, but also makes for conducive carry. The unfolded and ready for use, the Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat is 76 inches long and 35.6 inches wide.

“Our Pro Series Line of products are known for their features and durability, and the new Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat is no exception. This is a best in class shooting mat that we are excited to offer at a price that represents a truly great value to our customers,” said MidwayUSA Product Line Manager Jerod Smothers.

The MidwayUSA Pro Series Folding Mat has an MSRP of $79.99 and can be order here.

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