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Bench rest for sighting in

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I use 10lb bird seed bags to sight in. The seed sinks in better than sand. 
Looking around Online, I could not find a more professional rest under $150.00 that didn’t have a ton of negative reviews.

Besides wood blocks and sand bags, what is an affordable rifle sight in bench rest?

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I use the Caldwell Lead Sled for working up loads and sighting in. It takes 99% of the human error out of the equation and is worth every penny

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One of my boys also like the sled..has a really nice one as he shoots his 300 Win Mag out to 900yrds. at steel ...as for me, it's always been sandbags.

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8 hours ago, Sudsy said:

I use the Caldwell Lead Sled for working up loads and sighting in. It takes 99% of the human error out of the equation and is worth every penny

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Thanks

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Sand bags for me , Most of my full size rifles I use a Harris Bipod with tilt , up front and a small sand bag in back that I squeeze to adjust elevation . I've seen those sleds at the range and the only things those that use them say they don't like is its one more thing to carry . 

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30 mins ago, jolly mon said:

Sand bags for me , Most of my full size rifles I use a Harris Bipod with tilt , up front and a small sand bag in back that I squeeze to adjust elevation . I've seen those sleds at the range and the only things those that use them say they don't like is its one more thing to carry . 

No caddies at your range?

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