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Caldwell Matrix Shooting Rest Adjustable to fit any Gun Synthetic Frame Material

 
Caldwell Shooting Supplies
101600
661120016007
62972
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Specifications and features:
Caldwell Matrix shooting rest
Two piece sliding frame
Adjustable to fit any gun
Spring loaded elevation system
Fast, one handed, no wobble adjustment
Open central channel for high capacity detachable magazines and for lever action guns
Height adjustment knob
Overmolded front and rear supports protects gun's finish
Storage compartment lid doubles as a handgun base
Use as a front rest or as a full length rest
U channel frame
Synthetic frame material
21.75" to 26.25" overall length
19" wide
7.5" to 10.5" cradle height
Weighs five pounds 

Item#: 62972
Total number of Reviews: 4

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4.0 5
"OK, so I wanted to write a review for this because it looks really good in the picture and I took a chance on ordering it. I am pleased with this rest. There is ONE thing I have to say and warn about. The locking piece for the Vertical adjustment is crap. you cannot adjust it vertically because the locking mechanism hits the gears. To fix this however, I just took the metal piece off and used the screw post to lock it into position and haven't had a problem. It's very nice otherwise, just a minor/fixable flaw. Still would recommend it though."
5.0 5
"The previous customer review noted \"The locking piece for the Vertical adjustment...hits the gears.\" This is false. After buying this product and assembling it, I found the piece he's talking about. The vertical support, on which the forearm of the rifle rests, is held up by a metal plate. That plate acts as a tension spring. Yes, when shipped, this metal plate rests along the gear teeth of the arm. However, according to page 4 of the instruction manual, \"...rotate the tension spring into a vertical position as shown in the photo. The spring must rest in the center slot and between the teeth on either side of the ram.\" That solves the problem the previous reviewer was talking about. There are no problems with the design of the vertical adjustment mechanism; just make sure you read the manual!As for the performance of the item, it works properly, and yes, you can use both a rifle and a handgun with it. It is light weight, so for serious, long-term bench shooting, a heavier rest would be better. But, for the purpose of using it to zero your sights, it works great."
4.0 5
"Yes, the first reviewer got the adjustment \"plate\" backwards. But even setup correctly, I found I couldn't tighten the adjustment knob enough to keep the elevation system from moving due to the weight of the rifle. I found I needed to position a little high, then as it drifted down, time my shot when it hit the bulls-eye. In practical sight-ins, this isn't a big deal ... its a slow gradual drift ... but certainly not for target or competition shooting. All in all I enjoy this shooting rest and it has come in very handy while sighting in 5 rifles so far."
5.0 5
"I'll start out by saying the instructions are very clear and if you read them and look at the detailed diagrams you will assemble the rest with no problem. Sighted in a Henry Big Boy 44 mag in 3 shots and this was my first time sighting in a scope. Didn't use any weight bags, didn't need to. Use common sense, read how to set your scope and your good to go. Will be using for all my guns if I decide to scope them. Buy it you won't be disappointed. It's very solid and stable. Nough said?"