What is this handgun rest?

Discussion in 'Specialty Handgun Hunting' started by TXshooter, Aug 18, 2013.

  1. TXshooter

    TXshooter Well-Known Member

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    I know that the MOA handgun is sitting on a bog pod rest but what is the rear grip resting on that attaches to the bog pod. I'd really like to know what it is as well as how it works compared to the psr attachment.

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  2. Rupe

    Rupe Well-Known Member

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    I think that is a BOG TAC3S TRIPOD or one of there tripods.

    Rupe
     

  3. 112Savage

    112Savage Well-Known Member

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    Ernie knows- its something like a sergeant sniper rest but they're under another name now.
     
  4. screwwork

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    Lift & Lock
    Check out Primos lift lock, I have been locking for it too for a while.
    :)
     
  5. Rupe

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    Boy did I not read the firzt post close enough. I didn't even see.that rest that was attached to the.bog pod( got to be an age thing) . That is interresting!

    Rupe
     
  6. Ernie

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    It is again the Sargent Sniper Rest.
    Really depends how you have it set up which one will be the steadiest.
    The PSR will be faster and easier to make adjustments with.
    The SSR set-up the way my friend and I used it is rock steady, when set up a specific way.
    What kind of SP are you using?
    Here is me using it.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFafJpKGCMs]Sitting Shot with a 308 MOA Maximum - Doe Antelope 350 yards - YouTube[/ame]
     
  7. TXshooter

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    Great shot. I've thought about getting one of those MOA handguns. The SP I plan on using is still being completed but I expect it back anytime now. It's kind of a copy cat of one of yours. XP-100 with Mcree stock and chambered in 284 win
     
  8. Ernie

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    Thank you!
    You will be able to do a lot with that combination.
     
  9. Rupe

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    Nice shot Ernie!
     
  10. TXshooter

    TXshooter Well-Known Member

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    Hey Ernie

    Why the bipod on the front. You can't just use the bog pod with the SSR
     
  11. Ernie

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    With the MOA, it locked everything down supertight
     
  12. TXshooter

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    Gotcha. Hmm with a really long SP stock like the Mcree stock, I don't think I could do that. Do you think the PSR is the way to go or is the SSR still more stable
     
  13. TXshooter

    TXshooter Well-Known Member

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    Or is it one of those just buy both and play with it
     
  14. Ernie

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    With the PSR I just use with a center grip XP, I just use a small leather field bag in the PSR unit itself.