I use a bipod or a poly bag on the front and a poly bag on the rear. I test my guns to see if they shoot the same both ways and if they don't like one type of front rest then I don't use it.#1 What front and rear rests do you employ for long range hunting?
Yes.#2 Do you always support the rifle at the front and rear when setting-up for a shot in the field?
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