Phoenix Shooting Bags Medium Ridge Runner

The Medium Ridge Runner from Phoenix Shooting Bags is a front-of-stock bag that can be attached to the rifle saving time if you have to change shooting positions and can be used as a rear rest when shooting from bipods or tripods.


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Why we like this product

  • Purpose-built front of stock rest can be buckled around the rifle under the scope in case you need to move shooting positions
  • Can be used as a rear rest when shooting off of tall bipods and tripods
  • Larger size allows you to use it as a front rest over boulders, logs, and other uneven surfaces
  • Can be used in conjunction with other shooting bags or rests
  • Made using 1000D Cordura fabric and a non-slip nylon

The Phoenix Shooting Bags Medium Ridge Runner is a purpose-built front-of-the-stock rest. It can also be used as a rear bag when shooting with tall bipods and tripods. It has 10” of vertical height, which allows you to shoot up steep inclines. Set the bag flat and you will have 4.5” for your decline shots. Lastly, flip the bag on its side and you will have 7” to 9.5” to adjust for your shot. The straps are meant for a couple of purposes, first, to strap around underneath your scope so the bag is connected to your rifle. Second, tighten or loosen the strap to adjust the amount of fill in the bag for tighter or looser fill depending on the situation. The 1-inch nylon hook straps/PALS webbing can be used to connect an S-loop hook or slotted male or female quick-attach SR buckle. Every bag is constructed with 1000D Cordura and non-slip nylon, the non-slip nylon helps keep your rifle from slipping around during the shot.

Weight 14.8 oz
Dimenssions  7" x 10" x 4.5"
Material 1000D Cordura and non-slip nylon
Manufacturer Warranty Guaranteed against defects in materials or workmanship
Phoenix Shooting Bags

Phoenix Shooting Bags Medium Ridge Runner


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