MidwayUSA Introduces Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat

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posted on May 4, 2016
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MidwayUSA has introduced the latest addition to its shooting gear lineup, the MidwayUSA Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat.

Constructed with 1,000D Cordura Nylon, or Genuine 600D Multicam, and featuring a hi-density EVA foam core, the Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat provides support, comfort and durability. The sewn in handle allows for easy transport, and when not in use the mat conveniently folds for storage.

“Our Pro Series Line of products are known for their features and durability, and the new Pro Series Folding Shooting Mat is no exception,” said MidwayUSA Product Line Manager Jerod Smothers. “This is a best in class shooting mat that we are excited to offer at a price that represents a truly great value to our customers.”

Available in Olive Drab and Multicam, the mat is 76” long and 35 1/2” wide unfolded and 19” long, 35 1/2” wide and 1 1/2” thick folded. Available exclusively at MidwayUSA.

MSRP: $79.99. For more information visit midwayusa.com/

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