The The Crosstac Jester Bag is Really the King of Shooting Bags


The Jester bag makes easy work of shooting from any position, any barricade, post or flat surface.

Loveland, Col. (January 2019) CROSSTAC, the innovator behind tactical/shooting gear for the serious competitor to the beginner shooter, makes shooting from any position on any barricade, post, or flat surface a complete breeze with the Jester bag. Named because the bag looks like a Jester’s crown, the Jester bag is serious shooting support. It makes difficult shooting positions a thing of the past.

The super grippy corners hang down and grab barricades, fences and whatever obstacles are set before you. Flat surface? No problem, just flip it over and it securely cradles your gun.  It’s 8” x 8” x 6” size and 5 lbs. weight makes it easy to transport from shooting station to station without fatigue. Filled with poly beads in a 1000 denier super rugged fabric, the Jester can be shoved, punched, pulled, dragged and formed into any configuration that will make your shooting more comfortable and accurate.

“The Jester bag was designed to be an all-around, every-day shooting bag that could withstand the rigors of the competition environment and hold up to some pretty brutal treatment,” Bret Heidkamp, one of the founders and president of Crosstac and competitive shooter, explained. “We at Crosstac are quite confident that once you employ the Jester bag in your long-range shooting routine or hunting adventure, it will become your go-to favorite shooting bag.”

The Crosstac Jester bag is available in Multicam, Olive Drab or Coyote Brown for an MSRP of $79.99.

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About Crosstac:

Headquartered in Colorado, with an additional factory in Florida, Crosstac designs and manufactures innovative tactical/shooting gear featuring smarter features that provide enhanced accuracy, performance and an overall better shooting experience for the serious competitor to the beginner shooter.

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