Lightweight Fill for Shooting Bags
Use Lightweight fill for shooting bags to lighten your shooting bag by a dramatic amount. Replace the heavy fill with our lightweight fill for shooting bags, which is a expanded polypropylene (EPP) fill very similar or exactly the same as that sold by other providers in the shooting industry.
Here is a table that lists the comparison by weight of different materials commonly used in for Lightweight Shooting Bags fill.
|Ultra Light Fill (fill included in the Traust Gamer Bag)
|Micro Polystyrene bead
|Lightweight Shooting Bags Fill (this item)
|EPP – expanded polypropylene
|Standard Fill (buy additional replacement fill here)
|HDPE- high-density polyethylene
|Playground Sand Fill (we don’t sell)
|Heavy Sand Fill (we don’t sell)
Our Lightweight Shooting Bag fill come in 1 size which is the amount needed to fill a Tactical Udder Skinny Boy. The new design of the Tactical Udder Skinny Boy is optimized to use both Standard Fill and this Lightweight Shooting Bags Fill. Often people like to not completely fill their Skinny Boy, so we encourage you to adjust to volume of the fill to what fits your shooting style best.
The volume is approximately 1.25 gallons of volume of fill.
For filling a Tactical Udder Fat Boy, you will need (2) bags which will result in a bit extra fill left over.
They can be used to replace fill from other bags as well, as long as the bag has an opening which is re-closable.
Material works great for my bag. A slight squeeze is all it takes to change the orientation of my rifle. Very light but very durable.
I ordered 1 bag. It was the perfect amount for my waxed canvas OG. It is now so light that I barely notice it. I carried the bag for 20+ miles hunting last week. I shot a spike bull and my son harvested his first mule deer shooting off of this fill/bag on top a tripod. This settles and locks up nicely.
I cut one of the beads in half, it is solid black all the way through. These beads are still squishy. They spring back fully when compressed. But it's not as squishy as the white fake snow beads. It's still not completely firm like the original HDPE beads. Which is the only reason I'm giving it four stars. I'm still on the hunt for a lightweight fill that is completely firm with no squish. However until that is found I would definitely order this and recommend it 100%. I cannot speak to whether or not it is the same as git-lite because I don't own any and have never seen it myself.