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Thread: setup tips?

  1. #1
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    setup tips?

    Anyone have any advice or tips on getting your front rest lined up with the target as well as getting the rear bag lined up with the front rest?

    I seem to have to always move the rest around after i get the rifle set in it as i never seem to be lined up where i want to be.

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    You might try this:

    https://fieldandcaveoutfitters.com/c...nchrest-set-up

    If you have access to a mill, you can make your own and save $64.

    It's a neat gizmo, but with some practice it's tough to beat the human eye.

    -Lee
    www.singleactions.com

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    set-up

    Another invaluable gadget for the benchrest shooter.

    "He who has the most gadgets wins"

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    You know it Eddie.

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    Eddie

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Harren View Post
    Another invaluable gadget for the benchrest shooter.

    "He who has the most gadgets wins"
    if you can remember where you put it!!

  6. #6
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    it fits in the front rest bag to retain shape.
    you looooose your front rest a lot ???

    Quote Originally Posted by glp View Post
    if you can remember where you put it!!

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    as if

    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    it fits in the front rest bag to retain shape.
    you looooose your front rest a lot ???
    it wont work out, drop out, be left out while packing in a hurry...common...

  8. #8
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    WELL i see guys all the time at matches with blocks in the front rest,
    so , no , i think you are wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by glp View Post
    it wont work out, drop out, be left out while packing in a hurry...common...

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