New: Black Coyote Sunshade

NRA instructor and Black Coyote team shooter David Wilson developed the Black Coyote Sunshade after experimenting with other glare reducing options.

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posted on March 19, 2024
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The Black Coyote Sunshade can be slipped onto the bill of your hat while you’re preparing for your string of fire, and then conveniently removed and stowed in your pocket. Note: The hat is not included with the sunshade.
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After experimenting with other glare reducing options and not being satisfied with them, NRA instructor and Black Coyote team shooter David Wilson developed the Black Coyote Sunshade, which is designed to fit over the bill of your cap to eliminate sun glare and block peripheral distractions.

Black Coyote Sunshade
Designed to fit any baseball- or trucker-style cap, the Black Coyote Sunshade adds side flaps to your hat that will eliminate glare and block peripheral distractions. (Photo by Serena Juchnowski)

 

Made of quilted black fabric, the sunshade has an opening which slips over the bill of your cap, and straps that secure around the back of your head with a hook and loop fastener. It will not interfere with ear muffs or other types of hearing protection. This sunshade is quick to put on and off and folds up small enough to slip into your pocket or bag while not in use. In addition, the Black Coyote Sunshade is designed to fit baseball- and trucker-style caps.

Some background about the new Black Coyote Sunshade: “A battle with sun glare while shooting at Camp Perry led Team Black Coyote shooter David Wilson to desperately toss his sweat rag onto the brim of his hat to block the sun. Much to his surprise, it worked. Inspired by this experience, Wilson set to work using his wife’s sewing machine to create a sunshade that would help improve his scores in sunny conditions. The next year at Camp Perry, competitors began noticing his unique sunshade design and inquired about it. The interest from his teammates and other shooters led to further refinement of the design, along with plenty of sewing. After countless hours spent making sunshades for friends, burning his fingers while ironing and getting stuck with fabric pins, Wilson’s new sunshade is available now for purchase.”

Sunshade
The Black Coyote Sunshade can be slipped on the bill of your hat while you’re preparing for your string of fire, and then conveniently removed and stowed in a pocket while you’re on the way to pit duty or the next firing position.

 

MSRP: $29.95. The Black Coyote Sunshade can be found online at the White Oak Armament website. For a 25 percent discount, readers should enter the discount code “SSUSA” at checkout. Go to whiteoakarmament.com.

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