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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by dog walker, Mar 6, 2018.

  1. dog walker

    dog walker Senior Refuge Member

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    I was wondering what folks are using for a gun rest while laying out in whites. I always put my bag around my knee to lay the gun on, this allows the barrel to stay out of the mud and pointed in a safe direction.
     
  2. Decoyin Drake

    Decoyin Drake Senior Refuge Member

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    I use a nat gear gun case laid flat on my trigger hand side if really muddy across my lap and a harvested bird under barrel
     
  3. i_willie12

    i_willie12 Elite Refuge Member

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    blind bag next to me with gun on top
     
  4. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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  5. 10gaBBB

    10gaBBB Senior Refuge Member

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    HardCore Layout Gun Rest. Been using it for last couple seasons. Great product! Cabelas had them on sale for $6. Hardcore had them on sale for $8-9.
     
  6. tornadochaser

    tornadochaser Elite Refuge Member

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    +1 for the hardcore rests.
    I bought a dozen when hardcore had them for $5 last year.
     
  7. jcneng

    jcneng Senior Refuge Member

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    We have a half dozen snow goose shells and we use one to lay the gun barrel on down to the side of our feet.
     
  8. canpoint

    canpoint Elite Refuge Member

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    I made my own, welded, light weight, and then covered in shrink tubing. Made them for less then $2. Can send pics, but need numbers. Can't figure out how to post pics.
     
  9. canpoint

    canpoint Elite Refuge Member

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    Yup - ours look like the hard core.
     
  10. Flyfisher

    Flyfisher Elite Refuge Member

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    Fishing rod holder. It extends... its light its cheap it works great.... you can buy them everywhere
     

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