Those thermaseats are not stable at all. The filling will compress bad. I ordered my bum bag from the UK, but I don't remember what store. Buckwheat hulls can be ordered from ebay.
Quote from: c_m_shooter on January 11, 2017, 10:45:06 PMThose thermaseats are not stable at all. The filling will compress bad. I ordered my bum bag from the UK, but I don't remember what store. Buckwheat hulls can be ordered from ebay. Those buckwheat hulls are not cheap. Someone is making a killing on those things.
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There's this misnomer that bum bags have to be filled with Buckwheat hulls which can be expensive. Especially if you fly to a FT competition with an empty bag, and have to empty it to fly back.One can buy buckwheat hulls at a dedicated pet store, a disposable item used for Hamster bedding and litter. For this purpose, you will find it cheaper there. In addition, you can buckwheat hulls -- or other similar materials -- at almost any Walmart or Target in the country, for very little money. Go to the pet section and look for Hamster bedding/litter. An even cheaper alternative is hamster bedding made from corn cob crumbs... A large bag costs less than $5.I filled some Caldwell bag rests with this stuff, and have 1/2 a bag left over. Works great.Hamsters are low maintenance animals, airgun hobbyists are not. Just make contented hamster noises while you're shooting.