Lyman is well known for producing great products and their reloading handbooks are the bible of shooting sports.  I recently had the opportunity to try out the new Lyman shooting bags – Match, Crosshair Combo Set, and Wedge – and they are all first-rate.

Testing gear for Tactical Gun Review and Texas Outdoors Network can take on many forms.  Sometimes it is strictly a functional test.  Other times we are testing optics or suppressors.  Accuracy with different ammo.  A quick zero-check before a hunt.  When we get set up for an extended shoot nothing beats a good set of shooting bags.  They are easy to transition to different guns, handle a variety of configurations, and are stable.

Lyman Crosshair

Lyman Crosshair Front Wedge Rear

These are very well made shooting bags.  Constructed of a heavy duty nylon, they feature suede on rifle contact points and a non-slip base.

The Lyman Match bag is the largest of these and really cradles the rifle.  It is can be used prone, on the roof of a vehicle, or on a rock.  You can set up pretty much anywhere and have a stable shooting platform.

Lyman Match Bag

Lyman Match Bag

The Crosshair Combo Set features a tall front bag and a rear bag.  I really like the height of the Crosshair front bag whether it is paired with the Crosshair rear or the Wedge.

Lyman Crosshair Front

Lyman Crosshair Front

Lyman Crosshair Rear Bag

Lyman Crosshair Rear Bag

The Lyman Wedge Range Bag is simply awesome.  The design is such that you can adjust elevation to target and stick it there.  It is very stable and works great with the front Crosshair.  This is my new favorite setup and is now in my range bag.

Lyman Wedge Range Bag

Lyman Wedge Range Bag

Lyman Shooting Bags – $24 to 47.50.

With Christmas right around the corner, a set of Lyman shooting bags would make a perfect gift!

 

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Publisher of Tactical Gun Review. Managing partner of Coker Tactical. I love hunting for Texas whitetail deer, wild hogs, and high-volume Argentina dove. When not hunting you can find me fishing along the Texas Coast or on a wild Colorado river.
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