Description

The steady rest NXT gives you a steady, elevation-adjustable platform for sighting in rifles, pistols and patterning shotguns. The three-piece design allows the shooter to use the rest in one or two-piece configurations, allowing it to adjust to any length long gun as well as handguns. The front and rear support features a non-marring material that is gentle on your firearm's finish yet is firm enough to provide a stable shooting surface. Overall length of rest is 26". 3" of vertical cradle adjustment. The front rest alone also doubles as a handgun rest. The neoprene pad provides a firm, cushioned base for your favorite pistol or revolver.
Shooting rest
For sighting in rifles, pistols, and patterning shotguns
Overall length is 26 inch
Rest has 4" of elevation adjustment The lowest point of the front cradle measures about 8" abouve the shooting bench in its lowest position and 12" at its highest position
Three-piece design allows for adjustment to any length long gun and also for use with handguns as well
Non-Marring Finish To Protect Your Guns While Shooting
Three Piece Design
Adjustable Length
ASIN#: B000VZ1IJG
Model number#: 548664

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Dude with rifle looks to be shooting up in the air a bit. Maybe bad guy hot air balloons? Hate to be few miles away downrange

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Over 400 people on Amazon have attempted to answer your question....

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Anyone have one of these? Are they any better than a few sandbags?? TIA

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LOL to the above reply from Rukh!

But me personally I have a very similar style rest that I never use in favor of sand bags. I find with a rest you cannot maintain the same cheek weld therefore your shot placement is not the same when not using it...which makes it useless.

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