Gittings Equalizer Skid Pad


The Gittings Equalizer skid pad was a collaboration between Chris Gittings and us here at ESC Dynamic Gear. The intent was to create a skid pad that offered a minimal pad between the object your shooting off that also aided the shooter in taking out irregularities between the prop and rifle. Often times as a competitor moving gear from position to position can increase stress and possibly cause you to time out. The nature of this pad offers unparalleled versatility. One popular way of defeating a stage is shooting free recoil from the top of a heavy bag. This pad has a strip of nonskid to aid in gripping any type of bag or prop you are called upon to shoot from. It attaches to your rifle and frees up a hand to manipulate other gear needed in a stage. It shines when called upon to moderate an uneven or unstable prop. It attaches to the rifle via velcro strips (included) so the use of the Masterpiece Arms barricade block system or accessories that attach via the RAT Arca rail remains unaffected. This pad can be another tool you can call upon to defeat a wide array of stages a Match Director can throw at you.

*please email us with custom requests for other sizes to fit other chassis.

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Additional information

Weight 7 oz
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in

Black MPA, FDE Coyote Tan MPA, OD Green MPA, Black XLR, FDE Coyote Tan XLR, OD Green XLR, Black Manners, FDE Coyote Tan Manners, OD Green Manners, Black KRG Whiskey 3, FDE Coyote Tan KRG Whiskey 3, OD Green KRG Whiskey 3



    1. escdynamicgear says:

      Hi. without having the exact measurements we believe the Manners size should fit your rifle. If you want to email us the measurements of the stock we can tell you for sure or even make a custom size for you. Thank you.

  1. Chris says:

    I have an MPA BA. How does the velcro attach to the rifle? Is it adhesive, some kind of hardware, or do the velcro straps slide through the forend somehow?

  2. Bob Harrell says:

    Field an Stream indicated a 2.8 ounce weight. We’re they in error? Would this work for a forty year old wood stocked Smith and Wesson .308? Sounds like a real benefit in shooting houses with 2 by 4 framed shooting windows.

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