Originally Posted by RobF
That rule refers to kneepads, not fore-ends.
c. Any type of clothing, glove, or footwear is allowed provided it is not a hazard to the shooter or others. Clothing may be padded to reduce the pressure of the rifle stock resting on the arm or knee. The padding may be e.g. felt, or layers of cloth.
d. The surface of the pad on which the stock rests must be flat and not shaped to provide lateral support to the stock.
It refers to padded clothing
It also states the the surface the the stocks rests on must be flat, the posters sausage bag is attached and therefore part of the stock
He could even use his protektor jobbie on a padded sleeve or knee and be legal