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Rifle Rest #7091544
02/24/18 08:29 PM
02/24/18 08:29 PM
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DLALLDER Offline OP
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Looking for a rest to use as a primary method for shooting new loads. What do you recommend? The rest will also be used for prairie dog hunts so would like it to not take a bulldozer to move it. Thanks







Re: Rifle Rest [Re: DLALLDER] #7091554
02/24/18 08:44 PM
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Call Ramball36




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Re: Rifle Rest [Re: DLALLDER] #7091648
02/24/18 10:44 PM
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Take a look at DOA tactical. By far that best bench I have found for stability and portability. Rock solid, and folds up easily. I now have four of them for P Dog shooting, lol. Not cheap, but worth every penny.

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