Little Sure Shot Gun Rests | SHOT 2017

Little Sure Shot

Little Sure Shot

Everyone knows that shooting from a gun rest improves accuracy, but no one really likes lugging around shooting sticks. The Little Sure Shot Gun Rests solve this problem by allowing shooters to carry the gun rest in their pocket and clamp it to a stick or branch at their shooting site. If the shooter uses a walking stick or trekking pole, those serve equally well.

The Little Sure Shot is only 6.25 inches long and weighs less than 6 ounces. It can be clamped on in a moment and repositioned quickly and easily as needed. Two sizes of hooks are available for different sizes of branches or sticks. They are available in a variety of colors and retail for only $20.

Little Sure Shot Gun Rest Colors

Little Sure Shot Gun Rest Colors

Shelby Murdoc

Murdoc is a freelancer who writes at various publications and web sites including Shooting Sports Retailer and


  • Joseph Goins

    “Everyone knows that shooting from a gun rest improves accuracy, but no one really likes lugging around shooting sticks.”
    I guess you have been lucky enough to not have watched a Nutnfancy video.

    • iksnilol

      People have actually watched an entire Nutnfancy video!?

      • raz-0

        It happens to some folks once.

        • iksnilol

          Those folks must’a have the patience of mountains.

      • Joseph Goins

        It happened to me once. Youtube was set to autoplay and I was too sick to turn it off.

        • iksnilol

          You have a gun, pop the screen man!

          • .45

            The universal remote…

  • Southpaw89

    I do the same thing with my fingers.

  • DrewN

    If you are hiking with a pack over any kind of terrain, hiking sticks are worth their weight in gold. So unless you have bearers, you should have your sticks literally in your hand anyway.

    • Nashvone

      I could see using this on trekking poles instead of carrying shooting sticks as well.

      • m-dasher

        thats what i do….loop the wrist straps onto the opposing pole…..cross the sticks…and boom, instant shooting rest.

  • Nashvone

    Because a small tree magically appears exactly where I need it when I have to take a shot? Of course, it wouldn’t bee too tall because that would block half my field of vision!


    Why am I so perverted that I’m thinking about resting OTHER things on this for absolutely no reason at all?

    • Keiichi

      But why would you think about resting a cucumber on a shooting rest? That doesn’t make any sense at all…

      • LGonDISQUS

        “pew pew pew!”

  • Johanne Johanne

    Why not just use a stick that has a nub on it from another stick??

  • MzUnGu

    Neat idea. I like it, but my brain have to say… that finding a stick in the wild with a grow in branch on it already is as likely as finding a straight one.just as

  • mazkact

    Back home we would just find a forked stick=slingshot or gun rest. Kidding. I like this idea.