I don't do a lot of bench shooting for fun, but I insist on knowing exactly what any rifle-and-bullet combination I plan on hunting with is capable of doing. Even so, my bench time during the last three years was limited to sighting in two rifles and then checking them to make sure they were still on target after nine months in the gun cabinet. I messed around with a few sighting-in systems (dove bucket and monopod didn't exactly get it done) before I decided to buy a Cabela's Elite Shooting Bench. After just one shooting session, I was extremely pleased with the purchase even if it was money spent on an item I was going to use only once or twice a year. The frame is constructed of durable 1-inch steel tubing, which is powder coated to resist corrosion. The large shooting surface and seat provide a steady shooting platform that works for right- or left-handed shooters. It has an adjustable barrel rest with a thick PVC coating to protects rifles. And the whole thing folds down to a slim 4-inch profile, which makes it easy to transport and means it doesn't take up a lot of space in my garage.
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