i know the negatives of a lead sled such as putting too much weight on it can hurt your rifles and it does not help improve you as a shooter. The issue I’m having is I’m not 100% confident shooting some of the lightweight rifles I have for groups. Many on here have suggested that light weight rifles are a different beast all together and you need to do things like hold them into your shoulder a little harder and also downward pressure, preferably on the scope. This goes against free recoil setups which was what I typically do. I actually have found this does indeed help. My problem is, adding downward pressure on the scope while staying on target is diffulk. If I were to use a lead sled dft 2, it actually adjusts for windage and elevation leaving me a free hand to gently put some downward pressure on the scope. I understand lead sleds can change point of impact but can they change groups as well OR will you get the groups you would if you had very little human error as a shooter? I do also like the fact the sled takes human error out of the equation during load work up only. I’m still working on my shooting form so once I developed a load using the sled at least I would know the load I developed is good and if my shot is off then it is because of my shooting and not my load. Thanks!