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Birchwood Casey Alpha Shooting Rest

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$42.74

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Birchwood Casey Alpha Shooting Rest

PERFECT FOR PUTTING YOUR NEWEST FIREARM ON PAPER OR SHOOTING A FEW ROUNDS FROM YOUR GO-TO HUNTING RIFLE AHEAD OF THE SEASON, JUST TO BE SAFE, BIRCHWOOD CASEY’S ALPHA™ SHOOTING REST ACCOMMODATES BARRELS AS SHORT AS 7.5 INCHES AND FEATURES AMBIDEXTROUS CONTROLS THAT CATER TO BOTH LEFT- AND RIGHT-HANDED SHOOTERS. PLUS, ITS RIGID STEEL FRAME, NO-SLIP RUBBER STOCK REST AND BUTT STOCK SHOULDER REST DELIVER A SURE FIT REGARDLESS OF YOUR PREFERRED SHOOTING POSITION, AND A SOLID, STABLE PLATFORM AS WELL. LOW-PROFILE DESIGN AND ADJUSTABLE LEVELING FEET MAKE PRONE SHOOTING STRAIGHTFORWARD AND COMFORTABLE. ADJUSTABLE FRONT SITE PROVIDES A 2-INCH WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT, 3.5-INCH ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT, A BUBBLE LEVEL TO ENSURE CONSISTENT SHOTS, AND A 4.25- INCH OVERALL ADJUSTMENT FOR VARIOUS RIFLE SIZES TOTAL WT.: 35 LBS.

KEY FEATURES

  • RIGID STEEL FRAME
  • NON-SLIP RUBBER STOCK REST
  • 35LB TOTAL WEIGHT, INTEGRATED FRONT WEIGHT
  • FRONT SITE: 2IN WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT
  • 3.5IN ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT
  • 4.25IN ADJUSTMENT FOR VARIOUS RIFLE SIZES
  • ADJUSTABLE LEVELING FEET
  • BULLSEYE BUBBLE LEVEL
  • FITS RIFLES WITH BARRELS AS SHORT AS 7.5”
  • AMBIDEXTROUS CONTROLS
  • BUTT STOCK SHOULDER REST
  • LOW PROFILE DESIGN FOR PRONE SHOOTING

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Additional information
Weight 33 lbs
Dimensions 28 × 11 × 10 in
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Review & Questions Summary
3.67 of 5
Reviewed by 3 People
  1. Henry Wilson (verified owner)

    This rest is heavy but max length is too short for avg. Bolt rifle. May work for AR type rifle but not enough room to get detachable magazine out of bolt action rifle. Mag is up against front rest with rest extended to max length. Horizontal adjustment works OK but isn’t solid after adjustment. It has a lot of slop in the front rest. Hard to keep steady. I would not buy again.

    Henry Wilson (verified owner)

  2. GD BOONE (verified owner)

    i like it being heavy is a benefit for absorbing recoil and once strapped in place movement is minimal,as far as my M1A i can use a short magazine or just remove it this is my first bench vice so compared to others I’ve seen it is very solid and shooting mostly bolt action rifles man I’m tickled pink about the price. assembly was pretty easy but they could have made it longer but for the price i am happy.

    GD BOONE (verified owner)

  3. bugnuker12 (verified owner)

    For this price point it’s a no brainer. Two issues I came across, (1) The threads in the main tubes were bunged up so I had to chase the threads with an M8 1.25 tap. (2) there is too much play where the large elevation screw attaches to the rifle hold down. I took it apart and put enough epoxy in there to fill all the gaps, no more shakes.
    Of lesser mention, there is some play in the windage adjustment, mostly up and down a tiny bit, but with the rifle on it, it’s really not an issue. If it drove you crazy you could fill the holes where the adjustment screws go and redrill them or find some nice tight brass bushings and epoxy them in place.
    For 42 bucks, I bought three. You can hardly buy a 15 lb. anchor for forty bucks.

    bugnuker12 (verified owner)

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