Thanks for the information. I'll loo into the suggestions. I'm not concerned about POI shift at this point, just load development.Just a for your info and something you probably know.
Your point of impact will change so it would be good to check.
Depending on the rifle, a Coldwell FCS, full length for me. Sometimes a LeadSled if my buddy want to limit the physical aspects of the firing process. I have a JJ with 3inch flat and 2 1/2 round. A varmint type so a "standard" front rest for bench rest.
My experience with Bald Eagle products is positive but I have not used the front rest.
bill123,Thanks for the information. I'll loo into the suggestions. I'm not concerned about POI shift at this point, just load development.
Thanks Phil. I have a rail on the bottom of my stock that will most likely interfere with tracking. Good to know about the LED Sled. I'll stay away from it.bill123,
You may want to go over to benchrest central and look at how to get your rifle to slide(track) accurately in the bags ( front and rear) and what to use as a "lube" on your bag (s) so the rifle dosen't skip on recoil etc. Also be sure to remove the sling swivel studs ! And you may also want to look at items that attach to the forend of the rifle via the sling swivel attachment point to the stock or the sling swivel stud Ferrell such as the SINCLAIR forend benchrest adapter to reduce/prevent the rifle from "torquing" in the bags when fired. Watch the LED SLED. Items like this can result in damage to the rifle action or stock due to it being captured and not allowed to recoil so all that energy is focused on the rifle. There are some products out on the web that are like the LED SLED in that they hold the rifle instead of the shooter that have built in recoil dampening that dissipate the force off the rifle ( think recoil system on an artillery piece) but they can be expensive. Hope this helps!