Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by Finris, Jul 31, 2003.

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  1. Finris

    Finris Active Member

    Jul 18, 2003
    Hello there,
    I'v been going through the arkives and saw your thead again about the 600 yard shooting of the 30 wolf. I would like to know what type of rear bag and or divice you used to keep the rifle steady?Thank You for your response.
  2. STL_Shooter

    STL_Shooter Well-Known Member

    Nov 1, 2002

    At the range, I shoot the Wolf off a concrete bench with a short Harris bipod. I shot those groups with a silly (I think Caldwell, from Midway) rear bag that I felt was too short and way too malleable. I think I had to squeeze the bag for around 20 minutes of elevation - that kind of thing just doesn't help your technique.

    Last week I replaced that rear bag with a much stiffer short-ear Protektor bag...

    In the field, I use traditional prone technique (adapted, of course for the bipod) - no rear support. However, I will be testing AR Tactical's lightweight poly-bead-filled rear support bag this weekend on prarie dogs. We'll see...