Are you refering to time 5:03? The rifle is placed carefully on the ground with each step to avoid what you describe. But yes, of it was being pushed you are absolutely right,I have to say that pushing your rifle through the grass and schitt like was done is fraught with the danger of pushing debris into the muzzle.
Hope that situation improves for the better, good luck!Wish I was, not going to be climbing any mountains this year.
Thanks, glad it was worth your time!Enjoyed the clip very much - thank you for posting.
Willdo! More is in the making...Always like watching these video's, keep them coming.
Thanks!From a THLR fan boy well done our Thomo
And I'm indoors, editing and wishing I was out stalking. But at least, at one stage I was out stalking and can look back on a nice memory.Thanks for all the videos matey, they have gotten me through many long weeks sat indoors wishing I was stalking, over the years. Congrats on the stag.
Thanks, glad you liked it. Changed it for Kolvkam permament solution myself, added a lot of weight to my rifle so not the best choice. I don't make them anymore as it is impossible to compete with an oriental import.Thanks for the video, lovely day out!
I've got one of your THLR cheek raisers and I love it.
Thanks, hope you find something useful there. I've recently set up playlists, so it should be slightly easier to find info by subject.great video, ive just subbed your channel