Caldwell Lead Sled Solo Shooting Rest
The Caldwell® Lead Sled Solo Shooting Rest features a smooth, pivoting elevation system with an easy single knob to make fast and precise adjustments. The heavy-duty steel construction provides a stable and solid shooting platform. It also has an integrated weight tray that will hold a single 25 lb bag of shot. The Lead Sled™ frame is designed to accommodate all rifles including detachable magazine rifles and lever actions guns.
- Ultra stable shooting rest design on the Lead Sled™
- Great recoil reducing performance
- AR-15/lever action compatible
- Heavy-duty, steel frame construction
- Durable, non-marring support in front and rear
- Fast, precise pivoting elevation system
- Gun retention strap included
- 25 lb capacity weight tray
- Length: 26"
- Width: 18"
- Weight: Approximately 14 lbs
- Model: 101777
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 13054357
Caldwell Lead Sled Solo Shooting Rest 6 6
Good product Nice stand, a little awkward to hold the gun to sight in. June 3, 2014
adjustments Great at sighting in your scope,you have to read instructions carefully before usage November 21, 2013
Exactly what I wanted I like the size , weight , and overall construction of this product. On my bench this sled fits me much better than the more expensive models. This product is not as tall as other models making it easier for me to use. Exactly what I wanted November 13, 2013
Better to have it and nt need it than need it and not have it. Dime size grouping with .17 hmr could never do that free hand. when sighting in scope and rifle this is a must have if u want to be on the money.. January 16, 2013
Great I have wanted one of these for years and was not disapointed. Easy to assemble and adjust amd very stable. September 10, 2012
Not worth the money I don't want to sound like too much of a downer. But i honestly wasn't happy at all with this sled. Some of the features were more gimmicky and just simply didn't do what they said they should do. The front strap did nothing to hold the front of the gun in place. the front yoke was an odd shape, it didnt play nice with my browning xbolt, it did a lot of slipping and sliding inside of it. the rear spring made it very hard to hold steady on target- you end up fighting the spring more than trying to steady yourself for long range shots. Also- it is very tall, and i had to stand behind the bench in order to shoot. I used this sled for a couple hours and immediately returned it. I've used caldwell's lesser models, they work better, even a bag of sand is MUCH better than this. July 16, 2012
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