Range Sport shooting mat

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  1. McMurphy

    McMurphy New Member

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    Having done a few comps late last year and early this year I desided I needs a shooting mat like everyone else, luck would have it my big sister asked me what I would like for my birthday :) our Sue being absolutely sport mad I knew this would go down well and so I replied I'd like a shooting mat please. Anyway me big sis ordered me a Range Sports shooting mat in DPM pattern, a few weeks later it arrived through the post at my crib :D

    The mat comes in four folding sections has two strong handles and is very robustly put together, yet its very light to carry.So no great hardship to carry round then. It measures just over 70 inches long and just under 29 inches wide.It has a waterproof zip up window to hold your score cards at the head end of the mat too.It has padding aplenty,enough to get comfy but not so much as to feel like a bed matress making the shooter unstable. Iam looking forward to trying it out, as Ive no mota at the moment I'll have to report on that at a later date..:)

    Below are a few pics of the mat folded and unfolded with my Webley Raider ontop for scale.

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    Big sis also ordered a carrying strap again nicely made but Iam unsure as to exactly how much use it will be in practicality. Anyway as I said Iam looking forward to trying it out soon.:)
     
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  2. McMurphy

    McMurphy New Member

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    Excuse the spelling mistakes, that'll be the three cans of K cider. I'd forgot just how bloody leathal the stuff is :D
     
  3. BOMBER

    BOMBER Little French Maid

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    You will see plenty of daves mats on the national hft circuit as they are top notch.:D
     
  4. popsheep

    popsheep Lee Marvin & the Shadows

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    top quality

    I beleive they are the best on the market from a top company who shoot in our sport ,well done Dave
     
  5. w-v-m

    w-v-m Member

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    Mine looked like that, then I got it muddy, and it comes up like new after a jet wash.

    Attach the strap diagonally on the loops, pick it up by the strap and folds automatically.

    Wayne
     
  6. Chris Coombes

    Chris Coombes The specialist

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    You can say that again Ian they are the best.:cool:
     
  7. gem71

    gem71 New Member

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    Nice looking mat, what make of Scope compensator is that?
     
  8. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    it's a DG scope enhancer :)
     
  9. gem71

    gem71 New Member

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    Cheers Rob yes thats what I meant, lol
     
  10. McMurphy

    McMurphy New Member

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    You could well be right Mr F, Ive no idea meself. It does help though thats all I know.:)
     
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  11. Dai

    Dai New Member

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    Ive had one since last Sep and its been great...I used it at the Worlds where on the lake cours on peg 2 it sunk into the mud..After a good high pressure washer it came up immaculate..Well worth the money
    Dai
     
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  12. azzi_b

    azzi_b New Member

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    looking to buy one of these but web site dont seem to b e working
     
  13. RobF

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    working for me...:eek:
     
  14. azzi_b

    azzi_b New Member

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    me spelling wrong this time Rob !!
     

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