Richard with his mule deer he shot on November 10,
1965. He used a recurve bow, a wooden arrow
and a 4 blade
fixed broadleaf. It
was the third deer shot in Rawlins County that season.
in the spring of 1993. Mary and Richard
Richard saw him at
15 yards and Mary shot him at 10 yards. Very exciting hunt for the both of them!
SRB Field Rests was born in a goose blind.
Richard Howland, an avid hunter from
Northwest Kansas, saw the need for a device to hold and protect his shotgun while hunkered down
waiting for the perfect shot, so he set out to design such a product.
SRB Field Rests can be used on all of your hunting excursions, easily accommodating your
shotguns, rifles, bows and crossbows.
With SRB Field Rests you will never have to lay your weapon on the ground again. Whether you’re waiting for prey, making calls or setting up your hunting site, SRB Field Rests holds and protects your weapon while freeing up your hands and creating a safer hunting environment.
Sturdy steel spikes make it possible to drive them into hard, rocky or frozen terrain and
adjustable extensions give you the flexibility to customize them to the exact height requirements
of your hunting situation.
Richard with his eldest,
Cathy, on a winter day
with a mule deer in 1975.
Richard with his son, Caleb, holding their geese after a day of hunting in 1986.
Richard with his youngest, David, and
after a trip to Kirwin in 1990.
After using SRB Field Rests I will not go into the field without them again. When it came time to use my gun after sitting in a blind for many hours, having it at my side and off the ground made all the difference. It only takes a small amount of movement to get from the yoke to the ready.