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MAGNETIC GUN REST

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  1. Rogiena

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    Trap and Clay target shooters check this out. For sale Gun Buddy magnetic gun rest with belt attachment. These are great, no more bending over to pick up your gun rest and no more ruined shoes. Not to mention completely washable and will attach to any gun. This thing has a serious magnet on it and will not fall off while walking from station to station. As an added benefit Gun Buddy will protect the barrel of your gun from rain. No more empty shell boxes that get soggy in the rain.

    Many colors to choose from for just $10.00 plus shipping. Want more than one for your club or team get multiple order discount. Get yours today Email atatrap02@hotmail.com

    Rogiena

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    Subject: F/S GUN REST
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    Okay, I bought one of these. And they are as good as advertised.

    I like it better than the other rectangle model because it has a lot stronger magnet and will not fall off or be blown off by the wind.

    And no, I don't own stock in the company!

    It's just a good product.

    Hauxfan!
     
  2. phirel

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    Looks like a very good product to me. I was struck by the custom designed belt clip that comes with the rest. It looks like the belt clip very well made and could possibly even be used for other things, like hanging a towel from your belt, or even hanging shower curtains.

    Pat Ireland
     
  3. Rogiena

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    Thank you for the kind words,
    Rogiena
     
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    I have 2 of the gun rests, they are real good; however with a gun that is close to 10 lbs and has Briley
    extended chokes, the rubber seems a bit soft & the chokes are leaving deep impressions in the rubber; a harder rubber like an old tire tread or plastic might be a little better.

    Lou
     
  5. Rogiena

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    Lou
    You are right about the old tire tread, however to cut them takes forever andwe could not find a glue that would hold the magnet in place. The plastic melted on the end of the choke tubes, ergo cleaning the tubes was a nightmare. I know the issue, I shoot a Citori Plus w/PFS and an extra rib, weight is 9lbs 8 oz and it does leave impressions, I find I have to replace after about 2 years of year round shooting.
    Rogiena
     
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    Repost
     
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    Dang, I was hoping it was one that would adhere to the side of a vehicle to hold a gun. That would be very useful to me for holding the gun while I get "gear up" for hunting.
     
  9. Rogiena

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    sorry it isn't
     
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    Repost
     
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    Repost
     
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    repost
     
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    well I guess you could give the gun buddy the credit I would rather think good shooting was the reason congrads
    Rogiena
     
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    Jack I really do not think the rubber is heavy enough to be of much use for a butt stock pad

    Rogiena
     
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    ^^^ repost
     
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