This was far better than I’d hoped. Very sturdy, strong and well designed. Great price too.
Xhunter steady shooting gun rest
Mick O'Keefe getrealdriveste
16 August 2019
Pretty happy with this rest for the money I paid. Fairly well suited for shooting my rimfire however larger calibres might need some extra weight to help hold it steady upon firing.
Some extra padding around where the rifle sits in the rest would not go astray.
Ok gun vise
Carey Freeth careyfreeth2731
4 April 2019
Really nice rifle rest that can accommodate any rifle, bolt action or semi auto carbine size with a detachable box magazine.
Well made and simple.
Cailem Jenkins 16565052658
30 May 2018
Well constructed for the price. Simple features that work well. It truly is a second pair of hands
Great product to assist in the accuracy of your shot, especially with the rear bag. being able to pinch for fine tuning has helped in great groups at 200m, 300m, 400m and 500m. Tend to use the bipod at 300m and beyond.
Cover the threads or reinforce the base of the bag
Brendan Sankowsky brendansankowsk
5 October 2020
I wanted to review this after a few months of regular use. I have used it with a 9mm carbine (1000+ rounds), a 22 lr (500+ rounds) and 308 (40 rounds) throughout a couple dozen trips to the range. It adjusts well, stays firmly in place via friction lock and the twist to tighten mechanism and if I wanted to outfit it with a different bag down the line I have a solid foundation to work off of. The one thing that I would recommend doing before using the rest is to cover the bolt threads that come up through the metal plate where the bag sits. Not covering up the threads on the bolt would lead to tearing pretty quickly. It would have been great if the company threw in a five cent cap to cover the threads but they didn’t and it isnt worth deducting a star in my opinion. I used some tape to reinforce the bottom of the bag before use. It has held up well, there is absolutely no reason for someone NEEDING to spend more than 2 minutes rectifying the situation. Lets not make a mountain out off a mole hill...