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Very nice!! Ken,looks like you may have started a picture thread. Can anyone else post their pistol rest?
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I use the same rest. Love it. I've shot prairie dogs with my 17AH off of it to 300. Wanted to see what I could do @300 with my 35 wsm while shooting off the tri-pod. Could easily manage 1/2MOA

 
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Nice set-up Ken!
Shooting it much yet?
If this is a sitting field rest thread...
I have used the BOG-GEAR two different ways.

Regular BOG-POD with Sargent Sniper Rest
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFafJpKGCMs


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OK Ken, you asked for it. Thanks to nmhunter and his craftsmanship, I've got a rest to show you. Tom modified this baby and it works great. Will take a picture and post sometime today.
 
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Here are a couple of Pics of Mark's setup, converted PSR + heavy duty tripod.
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Thanks to nmhunter for posting; this set-up is similar to others posted. The PRS has been modified by Tom to fit a Slik tripod. I was having some issues and like many of you, always looking for a better mouse trap. The Slik tripod, like many other camera tripods, has adjustable, locking point legs. The tripod is very steady and quick to set-up. The modified PRS adapts to the tripod and makes a great field rest. Thanks to Tom Craft for all of his help.
 
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Any Idea which Slik tripod that is?
 
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I believe it's the Pro 330 DX model.
 
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Mark,
What do you think of your new Holland Gen 2 Radial brake?


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I like it a lot; very effective. Even with the 270 WSM there is little felt recoil and no muzzle rise.
 
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Thanks Mark, dave
 
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Shot it a few times with mid grip. I liked it a lot. The rear grip is right on the edge. The 260 doesnt kick that hard . Anything that was a harder kicker not sure I would like.


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I gotta be the oddball. I like mine a lot. Portable, easy to carry, plus I can carry a lot of stuff in both and still shoot off them:


 
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Doc, You're not the only oddball. I use the backpack more often than not. Unfortunately, there are circumstances where the backpack is not an option.
 
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I practice off my back pack all the time. People at the range think Im nuts. But when I get the chance to come out west I want to be ready.


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Shoot off of a pack, shooting sticks, over a fallen log, even off of someone's back.
Whatever way I can find a way get steady in the field-I'm for it Big Grin


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Havent got anybody brave enough to let me shoot of their back scratch head

Hey Mark got anymore guns? Big Grin


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You're a real comedian Ken. The only ones I have left shoot crooked!
 
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Well you messed up then. Cause mine shoot GREAT Big Grin


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ohboy ohboy Mark, you gotta be more careful when getting rid of them shootin irons!!!! cause all of my ""MH"" customs shoot straight too!!!! happy
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I've done the back thing several times. Gotta make sure of two things:
#1-the back belongs to a friend
#2- No one, I mean , absolutely, NO ONE is looking!
 
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Most definitely!!!
Steve called it the Hugel but-pod Smile


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bfr4570 & nmhunter, you guys are killing me. Those irons you boys got from me can't possibly shoot straight; you're just not hold'n em right :}
 
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now that is very "cool" i like it thumbupadjustable for center or rear grip
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Does THIS count? Confused


 
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Yep laugh


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If I bent over like that with my buddies. I would be scared where the gun would end up furious


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Quick question--Is that bog pod set up work good enough for calling coyotes while sitting against a tree? Does it track well is it steady enough?
Thanks
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I have a couple of bog pods and they work, not as sturdy as a camera tripod for me. Others should respond., many on here use them more than i do.
 
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Does THIS count? Confused




Sure brings up a new meaning for "Crack Shot"
 
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It's "said" that the shooter and his spotter are "very close" but REALLY? nuts You suppose he feels the "brake breeze" from that .338 Lapua?
 
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I have a couple of bog pods and they work, not as sturdy as a camera tripod for me. Others should respond., many on here use them more than i do.


nmhunter,

What makes a camera tripod more sturdy then the HD Bog Pod? I have been looking at getting a HD Bog Pod but now you have me thinking twice, they are not cheep. Please let us know what you think.

Thanks
Dave
 
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The legs don't lock at different angles like a camera tripod does, to much movement at the PSR connection. I do use my bogpod with the Y Yoke & my sniper rest works great for a quick setup and medium distance.
The camera tripod is a more solid setup & different attachments can be added, psr, plate (use harris bipod with) , spotting scope etc
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What front and rear bags are in use in the above image? I like the "grab handle" on the rear bag. thumbup
 
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Those are the SEB bags that I sell


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Anyone tried the new Trigger Stick 2 Point accessory rest?
 
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The front rest is an older "fuzz" rest. I cut it down, threaded a new hole for the third foot, and threw some new paint on it. It works very well. The only thing I wish it had is windage adjustment.


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Anyone tried the new Trigger Stick 2 Point accessory rest?


Bought one today. Report will follow next week. I love the Primos Trigger Stick base adjustability. I will have to modify a little but,if this 2 Point rest does what it should, I will be cooking with peanut oil. I will be happy happy happy. I will be....you get the idea.
 
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nmhunter, I am looking at modifing a PSR rest to mount on a camera tripod, any advice on how to mount to camera stud? Can the PSR pin be pulled out? It dosn't look like it screws in, as it does on the rifle yoke. thanks, dave
 
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For anyone interested I found out that the pin in the PSR rest is held in by a nut from the top and then can be pressed out from the top. dave
 
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here is what the steps are.
nmhunter parts were obtained from Ace Hardware/
 
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did you tap the rest or use a nut on top? dave
 
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used teh existing nut from the post.
You will have to remove the bolt from the camera shoe also and use a longer bolt and washer to attach shoe to psr.
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Thanks for your help Tom, Dave
 
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great ideas
 
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I use the Accu-Shot monopod on all my rigs now. This allows me to go from sitting to prone quickly using the HB 25 Harris bipods--





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Steve called it the Hugel but-pod Smile


Ha!! I remember that one--worked though, huh?


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I know this is a very old post, but how does the tripod setup you show work out for you.

Since the BOG POD PSR is no longer available, this might be a good option.
 
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I know it’s an old thread...just thought I’d post some pics of what I’ve been practicing with for hunting this season...W-gear claw bag on a lighter weight manfroto camera tripod





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Love my Trifecta pistol rest for hunting , check website


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Chris,
That is the exact set up I used in Africa and on the bear hunt I just posted about. I feel so solid on that set up, I wouldn't hesitate to take 4-500 yard shots as long as everything else (wind, calm animal, etc ) is right. My furthest was 355 in Africa on a Black Wildebeest.
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