I have posted this previuosly and it was thoruoghly ridiculed.
I wanted to add somne weight to my hunting rifles and get them to "ride the bags" (what ever that really is) like benchrest rifles. I took some "C" channel iron and drilled two holes in it and attached it to the forestock. For one screw hole I used the forward sling swivel nut and I epoxied in another nut just in front of the action. It definetly adds weight and it definelty steadies the gun but it did not decrease my group sizes noticeably.
Sincliar sells a cheap plastic one that is not nearly the high quality of mine because all my parts were bought at Home Depot.
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Sinclair Forend Benchrest Adaptor This benchrest forend adaptor quickly converts almost any stock into a benchrest stock. No modifications to your stock are necessary. Simply insert the appropriate screw (included) through the forend adaptor and thread it into the front sling stud hole. The side plates adjust inward to configure to the forend design of your rifle. Cork material protects the stock finish. The 3” wide bottom plate is made of solid UHMW, which has a low coefficient of friction. This material was selected to provide consistent and smooth recoil in your rifle rest.
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