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Showing that accuracy can be achieved by alternative techniques. Shooting from a bare top BogPod off of a W-GEAR CLAW BAG:

https://youtu.be/1-AXl7O0QC4


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Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick
 
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Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick


don't know what the bag weighs. But here are other numbers

the bog pod (no top) weighs 40 ounces and is designed to hold 10-12 pounds total.
 
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Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick


The bag weighs under 8 pounds. As the video clearly shows, the BogPod is a great combination with the CLAW BAG and the 10 pound max theory of Hoggin’s is laughable. It’s not made of cardboard. Funny how Hoggin always says something negative to my posts.... Typical....
Proof is in the pudding....


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Originally posted by Nitemann:
Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick


don't know what the bag weighs. But here are other numbers

the bog pod (no top) weighs 40 ounces and is designed to hold 10-12 pounds total.


As suspected, FAKE NEWS...
Out of curiousity, I called BogPod and the guy said they don’t list weight limits but have tested them with rigs over 20 pounds with no issues. Imagine that.... More “modified numbers” from Cris Rhodes.... LMAO!!!


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Originally posted by Nitemann:
Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick


don't know what the bag weighs. But here are other numbers

the bog pod (no top) weighs 40 ounces and is designed to hold 10-12 pounds total.


As suspected, FAKE NEWS...
Out of curiousity, I called BogPod and the guy said they don’t list weight limits but have tested them with rigs over 20 pounds with no issues. Imagine that.... More “modified numbers” from Cris Rhodes.... LMAO!!!


one no one said anything bad about anything so I don't know why your acting the way you are....hope you feel better now.

two....bog gear has changed hands quite a bit....what they make, advertise, show whatever has changed a good bit.

Factual numbers were posted....I would have nothing to gain from lying.....and I use bog gear and have for quite some time...
 
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Originally posted by TXBRASS:
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Originally posted by Hoggin:
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Originally posted by Nitemann:
Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick


don't know what the bag weighs. But here are other numbers

the bog pod (no top) weighs 40 ounces and is designed to hold 10-12 pounds total.


As suspected, FAKE NEWS...
Out of curiousity, I called BogPod and the guy said they don’t list weight limits but have tested them with rigs over 20 pounds with no issues. Imagine that.... More “modified numbers” from Cris Rhodes.... LMAO!!!


one no one said anything bad about anything so I don't know why your acting the way you are....hope you feel better now.

two....bog gear has changed hands quite a bit....what they make, advertise, show whatever has changed a good bit.

Factual numbers were posted....I would have nothing to gain from lying.....and I use bog gear and have for quite some time...




Provide claimed “factual numbers” in writing or quit trolling my thread....

Ur true colors shine thru when u comment on my posts. On second thought keep it up though as u do for me what Obama did for Gun sales. Thanks Hoggy!

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still trying to figure out how it was trolling....nothing bad was said but ok...thanks
 
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Sorry guys, wasn't trying to start anything. Was just wanting know as everything I hunt requires it to be put in my pack and carried in. Weight is very important to me when I have to carry it mile after mile, up hill and down.

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Sorry guys, wasn't trying to start anything. Was just wanting know as everything I hunt requires it to be put in my pack and carried in. Weight is very important to me when I have to carry it mile after mile, up hill and down.

Rick


Sorry....was just trying to help
 
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Sorry guys, wasn't trying to start anything. Was just wanting know as everything I hunt requires it to be put in my pack and carried in. Weight is very important to me when I have to carry it mile after mile, up hill and down.

Rick


The lighter bog pod using the sgt sniper rest is pretty light compared to the PSR top. It’s not rock solid but it’s more than doable.

You’ll want a thicker bag to get the elevation adjustment. One of Cody’s smaller bags may work well there.
 
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Rick, I've had the same thoughts about weight and lugging stuff on my hunts.
I tried to pack my Bog Pod the first few times. That was a circus. Where do you put it? How do you attach it to you?
I gave up on that. Since I'm old and decrepit and have significant arthritis in one knee, I'm not exactly a athletic walker. I stumble some and don't handle downhill well. So, instead of using walking staffs I lengthened my Bog Pod enough to use it as a walking stick. I left the PSR on it, but it could be broke down and put in my pack. It has worked great.
I used on my Coues hunt (6 miles by GPS), javelena (2 miles), rockchucks (at least 6-8 miles over 4 days), multiple deer hunts in WV (crop damage and deer season 1-2 miles per), and groundhog hunts ( 1/2- 1 1/2 miles per). Altogether I've made around 50+ kills off the PSR out to 581 yards).
At first I used a very small sandbag under the butt of my gun, but I found that if I rest my left hand on the back of the PSR and put the butt of the XP, Encore, revolver, up my left hand enough so it doesn't touch the PSR the shot is not affected from where it's sighted in.
What do you do at the end of the hunt if you need both hands to carry things. I collapse the Bog POd to it's shortest length, loosen the belt that my revolver is on, slide the Bog Pod in it. Works fine.
Shooting off the "naked" metal of the front PSR rest? I lost the little rubber insert the first few hunts. Now I shoot of the piece of rubber permanently attached to the front. It has never caused my shots to "whip" and shoot high.
I do not carry any sandbags or other aids. Just the BogPOd, PSR, and me. No issues at all.
 
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Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick

Funny how Hoggin always says something negative to my posts.... Typical....
Proof is in the pudding....


So Cody, I've read this a couple of times trying to see the negative comment that Chris made. Was it deleted by a Mod? Must have been pretty bad for you to whine so much.

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Originally posted by TXBRASS:
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Originally posted by Nitemann:
Cody,

what's the bag weigh?

Rick

Funny how Hoggin always says something negative to my posts.... Typical....
Proof is in the pudding....


So Cody, I've read this a couple of times trying to see the negative comment that Chris made. Was it deleted by a Mod? Must have been pretty bad for you to whine so much.

Mike B


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Rick, I've had the same thoughts about weight and lugging stuff on my hunts.
I tried to pack my Bog Pod the first few times. That was a circus. Where do you put it? How do you attach it to you?
I gave up on that. Since I'm old and decrepit and have significant arthritis in one knee, I'm not exactly a athletic walker. I stumble some and don't handle downhill well. So, instead of using walking staffs I lengthened my Bog Pod enough to use it as a walking stick. I left the PSR on it, but it could be broke down and put in my pack. It has worked great.
I used on my Coues hunt (6 miles by GPS), javelena (2 miles), rockchucks (at least 6-8 miles over 4 days), multiple deer hunts in WV (crop damage and deer season 1-2 miles per), and groundhog hunts ( 1/2- 1 1/2 miles per). Altogether I've made around 50+ kills off the PSR out to 581 yards).
At first I used a very small sandbag under the butt of my gun, but I found that if I rest my left hand on the back of the PSR and put the butt of the XP, Encore, revolver, up my left hand enough so it doesn't touch the PSR the shot is not affected from where it's sighted in.
What do you do at the end of the hunt if you need both hands to carry things. I collapse the Bog POd to it's shortest length, loosen the belt that my revolver is on, slide the Bog Pod in it. Works fine.
Shooting off the "naked" metal of the front PSR rest? I lost the little rubber insert the first few hunts. Now I shoot of the piece of rubber permanently attached to the front. It has never caused my shots to "whip" and shoot high.
I do not carry any sandbags or other aids. Just the BogPOd, PSR, and me. No issues at all.


I shoot it pretty much the same way. But I load up the play from the psr with my off hand pushing down and use a small squeeze bag then for elevation.

I also like to use it as a walking stick
 
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Looks great!

Any chance you'll be adding Velcro straps across the top so you can attach it to your gun (like one over barrel, one over scope) to ease transitions on barricades and similar?


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Have a question that is related only in that it concerns the PSR. Have any of you had the pistol grip of the PSR turn all tacky. Mine is almost gooey. If so, any solutions? Thanks.

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When my grip got tacky I wrapped it with coflex camo elastic bandage. It has been on my PSR since 2014 and works like a champ. Easy to apply or replace if you don't like it plus it's cheap.
 
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Have a question that is related only in that it concerns the PSR. Have any of you had the pistol grip of the PSR turn all tacky. Mine is almost gooey. If so, any solutions? Thanks.

John


I used alcohol to get off the goo and it has stayed off since.


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Looks great!

Any chance you'll be adding Velcro straps across the top so you can attach it to your gun (like one over barrel, one over scope) to ease transitions on barricades and similar?


Not at this time... we have had a few regular PRS shooters help with development and they prefer it without the top strap, but have had a few ask for it as well.


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Looks great! Any chance you'll be adding Velcro straps across the top so you can attach it to your gun (like one over barrel, one over scope) to ease transitions on barricades and similar?mike


Mike,
I was thinking about adding Velcro on the four claws and make the strips long enough to be able to criss cross them to hold the bag tight on a shooting rail on my tree stands.

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Cody,
Thanks for the tip. Alcohol worked great, good as new.

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Thanks for the tip. Alcohol worked great, good as new.

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Anytime! Glad i could help.


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