Best Portable Hunting Chair in 2023
REDCAMP 2-Pack Tripod Hunting Chairs for Blinds, Portable Folding Hunting Stool with Back, Camo Fishing Chair for Camping Hiking
Browning Camping 8525014 Strutter Folding Chair (Regular)
- Folding chair with arms offers ultimate comfort
- Low-profile, powder-coated Steel frame includes padded shoulder carry strap
- Compact folding design with included 8" X 28" Carry bag
- Four Rotating feet on bottom of chair helps you sit solid on uneven terrain
- Dimensions: 22" W x 14" D x 24" H, weight: 7 lbs., Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
ALPS OutdoorZ Tri-Leg Hunting Stool, Realtree Edge
- Powder-coated steel frame and 600D polyester fabric provides strength and stability for a long lasting Use
- Conveniently folds into a compact design, perfect when space is limited but comfort is a must
- Carry strap attached to the tri-leg in case you don’t want to bring along the included shoulder bag
- Mesh storage pocket and bottom webbing strap adds extra storage and strength
- Dimensions: 14" X 14" X 16", weight: 2 lbs., weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Caldwell DeadShot ChairPod Adjustable Ambidextrous Rifle Shooting Rest for Outdoor Range and Hunting
- DIMENSIONS: Weighs approximately 22 pounds with a maximum height of 41 inches and weight limit of 300lbs
- ACCURACY: With a dual frame, upper frame balance point adjustment, wide format polymer feet, a tension knob for tilting the frame up/down and independent height adjustable front and rear supports, this rest is solid before, during and after every shot
- NON-DESTRUCTIVE: This rest features over molded, non-marring rear stock and front forend support that will securely hold your gun without damaging any point of contact
- EASE OF USE: A tension knob is conveniently placed to allow for quick and easy adjustment of the upper frame and the chair can swivel 360?. This rest is lightweight, durable and quickly folds up for easy transport by utilizing the shoulder backpack straps
- VERSATILITY: Features a dual frame construction and upper frame length adjustment for use with any size rifle including detachable magazine rifles and crossbows making this rest great for ground blinds, predator/turkey hunting and long range shooting
Big Dog Hunting Ground Chair BDGA-300 Ground Chair
- 250 pound capacity
- Has a back to the chair
- Timber strike Camo
Browning Camping Huntsman Chair
- Sturdy powder-coated steel frame wrapped with durable TechMesh material
- Adjustable seat height, wide backrest and 360 degree swivel seat gives you maximum comfort
- Large swivel feet with independently adjusting legs accommodates uneven terrain and prevents sinking
- Shoulder strap and compression strap for chair base makes for easy transport
- Dimensions: 18" W x 14" D 37" H, Weight: 13 lbs., Weight Capacity: 275 lbs.
Ameristep High-Back Chair Realtree Edge Frame Frame
- Realtree Edge Frame frame como. Folds for easy Transport
- Gear pouch to hold shells, calls, scent protection, gloves, etc
- Powder coated frame allows the blind chair to stand up to the elements. Made of a heavy duty weather resistant fabric
- Often used in blinds, as a Dove Stool, and as a comfotable around the camp chair option
Primos Double Bull Tri Stool, Truth Camoflage
- Flared backrest for support
- Primos truth Camo patterned fabric
- Steel construction
- Over 300 lb capacity
Barronett Blinds BC100 Folding Hunting Chair, Black
- Heavy-duty robust design with 250 lb capacity
- Weighs 7 lbs for easy transportation
- Black material blends well with blind interior
- Lightweight travel bag included
ALPS OutdoorZ Rhino MC Stool (Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Camo Fabric)
- Sturdy powder-coated steel frame designed for durability and long lasting Use
- Two mesh pockets on each side of chair gives you extra storage for smaller Items
- Angled back and extra wide seating area adds extra comfort and allows you to lean back and relax
- Easily collapses and fits into the included shoulder carry bag so transporting and storing is easy
- Dimensions: 19" W x 19" D x 31" H; weight: 5 lbs. 6 oz.; Weight Capacity: 375 lbs.
Deer Hunting with the 6.8mm Remington SPC
Article looks at deer hunting with the 6.8mm Remington SPC.
Another interesting aspect of the 6.8mm Remington SPC is that regardless of its metric designation, it uses the same bullet as the .270 Winchester (.277). The .270 Winchester is of course one of the most popular cartridges in America. At this caliber, the .270 Winchester has only been kept company by the .270 Weatherby Magnum and the fairly recent .270 Winchester Short Magnum. The 6.8mm Remington SPC has entered a niche that offers plenty of bullet choices (though they are designed to perform at higher velocities) and little similar competition. Those who are planning to reload the 6.8mm Remington SPC will need to keep this in mind when selecting bullets for hunting.
Hornady, Remington, and others are currently offering ammunition for the 6.8mm Remington SPC. One of Remington's offerings in the 6.8mm Remington SPC is the Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded in 115 grain that should make a good deer hunting load. This load fires the bullet out of the barrel at about 2600 feet per second and produces almost 1800 foot pounds of energy. At 300 yards the Remington load is still moving along at just over 1800 feet per second and generating 832 foot pounds of energy. While the energy level is getting low for deer hunting purposes at 300 yards, this is still quite impressive from the small cartridge. The 300 yard energy level surpasses the 30-30 Winchester and the 7.62X39 quite significantly. (data from Remington.com)
While the .270 Winchester, the 30-06 Springfield and other common deer hunting cartridges have nothing to fear from the 6.8mm Remington SPC, it will be interesting to see how the cartridge does in terms of popularity with deer hunters.