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gun vise #8494568 01/04/22 04:20 AM
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Can anyone recommend a moderately priced gun/rifle vice.

Main purpose is for sighting in my rifles. I just think I can get more dialed in that way rather than doing it off of a sand bag.

Thanks in advance

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Don't waste your money would be my recommendation. The gun can act completely different in a vice as it does on your shoulder and it won't be a good zero like you need to hunt with anyway.


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wow I was expecting to hear the opposite


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Re: gun vise [Re: Bigfoot] #8497903 01/07/22 08:34 PM
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We have one from Academy I think. Cost was around $100. If I remember correctly. Have no problem using it and probably get the rifle sighted in faster. Always test fire the rifle afterwards out of the vise.

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Originally Posted by Judd
Don't waste your money would be my recommendation. The gun can act completely different in a vice as it does on your shoulder and it won't be a good zero like you need to hunt with anyway.


^^Absolutely right.

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Originally Posted by Judd
Don't waste your money would be my recommendation. The gun can act completely different in a vice as it does on your shoulder and it won't be a good zero like you need to hunt with anyway.

Ditto


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What they said. Don't do it. For me, my stuff shoots off of a bipod, and use a rear bag on the range. Nothing to it. You'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner.


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