A shooting stick is a vital part of the gun's armoury. This traditional shooting stick has a leather covered shaft, hand-stitched leather handles and generous-sized bridle leather seat. In 1926, Tom Purdey patented a special type of shooting seat. The seat is cut with ten circular holes to form a speed-loader, useful for a shooter without a loader on faster drives. We have reproduced a limited number of these, inspired by his original design and utilizing our classic shooting stick frame, making them a practical and unusual gift for the modern shooter.