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    Rifle Slip

    Evening,
    some help or reccomendation please, anyone stear me in the right place to get a good quality not to exspensive rifle slip please???
    regards Stu

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    ol' chum I just use a sheepskin lined canvas slip have had it for about 8 years now. Dont for get your rifle is only in the slip while you transport it

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    Quote Originally Posted by stugun View Post
    Evening,
    some help or reccomendation please, anyone stear me in the right place to get a good quality not to exspensive rifle slip please???
    regards Stu
    The napier ones seem to be better quality, I did have a cheaper padded slip but after 2 or 3 years the strap tore out as I was lifting it, fortunately I was able to catch my expensive rifle and scope before they hit the ground. atb Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbrayford View Post
    The napier ones seem to be better quality, I did have a cheaper padded slip but after 2 or 3 years the strap tore out as I was lifting it, fortunately I was able to catch my expensive rifle and scope before they hit the ground. atb Tim
    Picked up a Napier during the week and I give it the

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    Strongly recommend the Country Covers one.

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    If you want top quality at a very good price call Patrick Leather http://www.patrickleather.co.uk/shooting.html I've bought loads of stuff from them and it is all very good quality and inexpensive. I have been waiting for a new rifle slip for some months and wouldn't go anywhere else but they are due in this month.

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    You could also consider our rifle slip, totally British made - laminated polyester and English bridle leather along with monogram option, more details can be seen on www.monarchcountryproducts.co.uk





    Regards

    Rob

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    I've got a canvas and leather one by Baron with buckles instead of a zip, tartan lined with pouch on the rear. It's nice but the only bad thing is it can be a tight squeeze if you have both a bipod and moderator depending on barrel length. They are normally quite dear but I got one in the sale at wrights of huntly and one off eBay and didn't pay more than 60 for either so it pays to wait or grab a bargain!!

    Mick

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    We have been selling these for a few years now.
    I had a Tikka T3 ,T8 mod,swaro Z6 with a biop and there is still room in them
    on the shelf @ 40
    http://www.buffaloriversafes.com/pro...%20Catalog.pdf

    if the link doesnt work its on page 9
    i have the plain green in stock

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